Two Fenland workers recognised for distinguished service at Cambridgeshire County Council

11:12 31 March 2014

Fenland Council staff rewarded for long service. Left: Vivian MacRae, a senior support worker at Victoria Lodge. Council Chairman Kevin Reynolds, Pat Carter, a peripatetic school cook,

Fenland Council staff rewarded for long service. Left: Vivian MacRae, a senior support worker at Victoria Lodge. Council Chairman Kevin Reynolds, Pat Carter, a peripatetic school cook,

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Two members of staff at Cambridgeshire County Council have been recognised for more than 25 years’ service.

Councillor Vivien MacRae and Pat Carter were presented with awards by council chairman Kevin Reynolds at a ceremony at Shire Hall.

Cllr MacRae is a senior support worker at Victoria Lodge in Wisbech, while Mrs Carter is a school cook.

Cllr Reynolds said: “Everyone receiving awards did so because of the outstanding contribution they have made to Cambridgeshire County Council and the many services it provides.

“I am delighted their loyal service and dedication has been recognised and I am very pleased to be a part of that. Congratulations to them all.”

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