Ridgeons welcomes new members to prestigious ‘25 Club’ at annual dinner

14:52 08 November 2012

From left: Paul Clark, an Operations Manager at Peterborough; Gordon Ridgeon, Director; Andrew Peacock, a Loader/Operations Assistant at Herringswell; Amanda Smith, Director; Ian Shaw, a Plumbing Sales Manager at Cromwell Road; Johnnie Sam, Ridgeons Deputy Chairman

From left: Paul Clark, an Operations Manager at Peterborough; Gordon Ridgeon, Director; Andrew Peacock, a Loader/Operations Assistant at Herringswell; Amanda Smith, Director; Ian Shaw, a Plumbing Sales Manager at Cromwell Road; Johnnie Sam, Ridgeons Deputy Chairman

Archant

RIDGEONS, East Anglia’s largest independent timber and builders’ merchant, welcomed ten employees into its prestigious ‘25 Club’ at its annual dinner.

The move was in recognition of them achieving more than 25 years of continued service for the company.

This year’s new members are Andrew Peacock, Ian Shaw, Paul Clark, Kevin Storey, Saffron Walden, Belinda Henocq, Penny Bunn, Colin Palmer, David Markham and Michael Littlechild.

They each received a personal welcome to the ’25 Club’ and were presented with an enamelled ‘25’ insignia lapel badge, a ’25 Club’ tie, a framed special service certificate and an inscribed gift which they had personally chosen. Director Gordon Ridgeon, who hosted the event, said: “We are delighted to be able to welcome ten new members to our ever growing ’25 Club’.

“Now in its 54th year, the annual dinner provides the perfect opportunity for us as a group to thank employees past and present for their long service and continued commitment.

“As a business that is built on relationships, it is important that we recognise and celebrate the achievements of these dedicated individuals.”

0 comments

More news stories

Yesterday, 14:00
Boats gather on the River Nene in March town centre.

The March Society is calling on people in the town to ‘treasure their treasures’ as it prepares for this year’s Heritage Open Days.

Saturday, August 27, 2016
Cambridgeshire's Rural Crime Action Team

“Don’t come hare coursing in Cambridgeshire” is the clear message from local police as they look to clamp down on the activity.

Friday, August 26, 2016
Fenland has experienced the highest increase in the number of people referring to alcohol treatment services in the county.

A council report has revealed that Fenland has experienced the highest increase in the number of people referring to alcohol treatment services in the county.

Friday, August 26, 2016
Wisbech Castle up for sale by Cambridgeshire County Council

Historic Wisbech Castle – reported to have been originally built by William the Conqueror- is for sale.

Most read stories

HOT JOBS

Show Job Lists

HOT JOBS

Show Job Lists

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Cambs Times e-edition E-edition

Newsletter Sign Up