05 Jun 2018
Stagecoach in South Wales celebrate employee Long Service Awards 2018
Stagecoach employees from South Wales have been recognised for their loyal service and commitment to passenger transport at a special ceremony.
13 members of bus company staff have clocked up an impressive 351 years of long service between them.
The ceremony took place at Parkway Hotel and Spa located in Cwmbran, South Wales. The evening featured a dinner followed by presentations made by Stagecoach in South Wales Managing Director Nigel Winter who paid tribute to their great contribution.
He said: "The bus industry can require exceptional levels of commitment from those who work within it and we so value the contribution of all our employees across the business and the support from their partners and families.
Our Long Service Awards provide a great opportunity for us to recognise the loyalty and devotion shown by our many long serving employees, who have all contributed in helping us to shape and develop the company into one of the country's leading bus operators.”
Notable milestones were made by Peter Henry, Engineering Director who celebrated 35 years with the company. Andrew Rapado, Revenue Protection Inspector has clocked up 30 years of service and Robert McEwen, Kevin Bick, David Hurcum and Peter Jenkins all shared 25 years of service.
A special tribute to long serving employees who have recently retired; Martin Shepherd, Training and development Manager (after 47 years and Alan Fisher (after 42 years).
STANDING (L – R)
Peter Henry ED Alan Williams – Cwmbran Jeremy Tranter - Porth Robert McEwen – Blackwood
35 years 20 years 20 years 25 years
Alan Fisher – Cwmbran Nigel Winter MD Scott Morrissey - Porth Rodney Teague - Cwmbran
Retiree – 42 years 20 years 20 years
Peter Jenkins – Blackwood Kevin Bick - Blackwood
25 years 25 years
SEATED (L – R)
David Hurcum – RPI Jane Bingham – Cwmbran Martin Shepherd – Head Office Andrew Rapado – Head Office
25 years 20 years Retiree – 47 years 30 years