WILSAR Members Rewarded for Loyalty and Dedication

30 October 2013  |  News  |  ,

Wednesday 30th October 2013.

Twelve members of WILSAR have been presented with 10-year and five-year long service awards in return for their dedication and commitment to the team. The awards were presented to individual members by the Wiltshire Police Chief Constable, Mr Geenty, at a special event held in front of members, families and friends.

Ten-year long service awards were presented to Adrian Edwards, Andrea Edwards, Philip Fields, John Galvin, Sam Jago, Adrian Smith and Brian Tiernan. Five-year awards went to Sean Caine, Kevin Duddy, Lawrie Humphries, Niall Jones and Andrew Peaple.

Speaking after the event, WILSAR PR Officer, Sly Jenkins, said: “These members have continually proven to give their time and enthusiasm to serve their community. The awards show our gratitude for their long service and give newer members something to which they can aspire”.

For more information about WILSAR including details of callouts, fundraising and other news, visit www.wilsar.org.uk or contact our Public Relations Officer at pr@wilsar.org.uk


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