Long service awards for NHS staff after clocking up 381 years between them

THIRTEEN staff members of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust have received long-service awards after clocking up 381 years of service

In a special ceremony at Fulbourn Hospital, Margaret Freyher, Nobbie Joy, Indira Ramtohul and Elizabeth White received awards for 35 years’ service.

Lee Brosan, Lesley Lewis, Pat Phillips, Vanaja Permal, Henri Toh and Annette Williams were rewarded for 25 years’ service - and Rosilyn Nightingale, Suzanne West and Lynne MacDonald received awards for 15 years.

Anne Campbell, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust chair, said: “We are always impressed that the NHS has such committed and passionate staff and we are particularly lucky in CPFT to have such people.

“They have such professionalism in their work and I would like to thank them all on behalf of CPFT for making the lives of the people we help so much better.”


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