MEMBERS of Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service have been recognised for completing 20 years of exemplary service.
The firefighters were presented with the Long Service Good Conduct Medals by Cheshire’s Lord Lieutenant David Briggs at a ceremony in Warrington.
In addition to those firefighters who received their medal on the evening, crew manager Paul Donaghy from Ellesmere Port, watch manager Steven Hughes from Chester, firefighter (control) Lynne Legge, business support officer Karen Jones and premises officer Sylvia Proctor from the service headquarters in Winsford have completed 20 years exemplary service.
The Lord Lieutenant said: “The Fire Service Long Service and Good Conduct Medal is issued by Royal Warrant, and I was therefore honoured to make the awards on behalf of Her Majesty.
“I extend my sincere congratulations to all medal recipients on achieving 20 years exemplary service. The job they do requires humility and respect often delivered under arduous conditions.”