Stagecoach Manchester has celebrated a collective 1,033 years of service at the company’s annual Long Service Awards. 35 members of staff were awarded at the ceremony as they achieved a collective 1,033 years.
Recognising employees who have worked at the company for 20 years or over, the awards, hosted at Lancashire Cricket Club, thanked a total of 35 members of staff for their continued commitment to the company.
A particular commendation was awarded to James McCort of the Hyde Road depot, Jimmy Crompton and John Broadbent, who are based in Stockport, as well as Frank Fowles and Stephen Porter of the Sharston depot, who have all dedicated an admirable 40 years to Stagecoach Manchester.
Retiree, John Kevill, was also commended for clocking up an impressive 32 years with the company.
Elisabeth Tasker, Stagecoach Manchester managing director, said: “The number of staff recognised at the Long Service Awards continues to grow each year which is a testament to the company’s positive culture, and I’d like to thank each and every one of them for their dedication and hard work.
“Each of the recipients of the long service awards have all delivered excellent customer service throughout their time with the business and have enabled Stagecoach Manchester to become one of the leading fleets in the country.”
Recipients of Stagecoach Manchester’s 2017 Long Service Award: Brian Hayes, Terry Taylor, Lee McKnight, David Armstrong, Neil Reeds, Stuart Hayes, Danny Pike, James Lockett, Roy Eastwood, Covely Newell, Robert Brookes, Anthony Hornby, , Jeffrey Speakman, Michael Johnson, Roger Thanner, Robert Small, Simon McDonald, John Hatton, James Halliday, James Murphy, Raymond Marshall, Michael Hynes, Glynn Carter, Evans Hamilton, Thomas Stockton, GeoffreyMarslan, James Sharples, Peter Reynolds, William Farall, Stephen Prior, John Kevill, James McCort, Jimmy Crompton, John Broadbent, Frank Fowles, Stephen Porter.