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|Title:||A Family affair|
|Author:||Doncaster College |
|ID & Publication:||20130711038 ~ The-Villager.co.uk |
It was a family affair at Doncaster College recently, as relatives and friends looked on, as Twenty-six members of staff had their long service recognised and rewarded by the College.
They were honoured for their loyalty at the annual Doncaster College Long Service Awards, which took place at the College's Waterfront Restaurant. The College has a well-established policy of rewarding staff for their long service and they received awards marking 20, 30 and 40 years service, presented to them by the Chair of Governors, Ruth Brook.
Ruth Scott-Chambers, receiving an award for twenty years service, and who was accompanied by her daughter Imogen, said,
’I look upon my daughter as a ‘symbol’ of my 20 years working at the college, it is a life-time, her life-time as she is nearly twenty years old and it was partly to be able to help support her that I have worked here for so long and hard.
Ruth, Pathway Leader for Social Science in the Access Department at the College, revealed another reason why the awards were important to her,
‘I actually went to the same School as two other Doncaster College colleagues, Lorraine Maddock and Kendra Culley, who also received their 20 years service awards today. We were all three of us in the same school year and Lorraine and I sat next to each other in A Level English!’
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