The High Sheriff of Cheshire Bill Holroyd has honoured members of staff from Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service and local volunteers with a High Sheriff Award in recognition of valuable service to the community.
At a special reception at the High Sheriff's residence in Abbots Moss Hall, Oakmere in Northwich on Thursday, March 17th specific individuals and voluntary groups were presented with awards.
These included Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service employees Alex Waller, Steve Barnes, Mike Clark, James Wilmott, Tam Blair and Steve Buckley and his search and rescue dog Bryn who were invited to attend the presentation.
During the evening Mr Holroyd gave a brief overview on each person or voluntary group and why they deserved recognition before presenting them with a framed certificate.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service staff were awarded accolades for their work at a number of local incidents and also for their search efforts in Nepal following the earthquakes.
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