Lakes conference centre rewards long service
ELEVEN long-term employees from Wyboston Lakes have been honoured at a presentation celebrating their length of service – totalling over a century. Steven Butler, Glenn Corby, Laura Footner, Dave Little, Chris Martin-Royle, Louise Mawson, Wendy Norden, Va
ELEVEN long-term employees from Wyboston Lakes have been honoured at a presentation celebrating their length of service - totalling over a century.
Steven Butler, Glenn Corby, Laura Footner, Dave Little, Chris Martin-Royle, Louise Mawson, Wendy Norden, Val Newell, Hazel Sherwood, Debbie Travers and Paul Young were each recognised for their 10 years of service.
The presentation, during which each member of staff was given a long-service payment and a pen, was attended by Wyboston Lakes managing director Nigel Hollis.
He said: "We wouldn't be able to operate and provide the exemplary levels of service we do without these dedicated individuals who go above and beyond the call of duty on a daily basis.
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"Their unwavering professionalism, coupled with unsurpassed levels of commitment to the company, has been vital in helping to bring Wyboston Lakes to the forefront of the training, conferences and leisure markets.
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