Ridgeons staff clock up 45 years’ service

PUBLISHED: 17:33 25 July 2010

Raymond Bramley of Ridgeons in Saffron Walden with Chairman Anne Ridgeon

Raymond Bramley of Ridgeons in Saffron Walden with Chairman Anne Ridgeon

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STAFF from Ridgeons in Saffron Walden, who have clocked up 45 years of service between them, have been recognised for their dedication.

STAFF from Ridgeons in Saffron Walden, who have clocked up 45 years of service between them, have been recognised for their dedication.

At the company’s 13th Long Service Awards, employee Adrian Westwood was honoured for his 20 years’ service. As a driver for the company, Mr Westwood was described as “the embodiment of enthusiasm”.

Neil Clay started at Ridgeons as a trainee and has now been with the company for 10 years. As part of the sales team he is responsible for looking after some of the biggest customers on their books.

And Raymond Bramley, who hits the 15-year mark, has been described as one of Ridgeons’ most dedicated members of staff.

Chairman of Ridgeons Group, Anne Ridgeon, said: “Our employees and their loyal commitment to the business have been central to the success of Ridgeons over the years. I am delighted that we can continue to recognise their valuable contribution through our annual Long Service Awards.”

The staff members were presented with a celebratory certificate, a commemorative lapel pin and a small gift according to their length of service, along with generous staff discounts.

The Long Service Awards were created by Gordon Ridgeon as a way of recognising the valuable contribution that Ridgeons’ staff make to the continuing development of the company.


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