Fenmarc pays tribute to loyal workers and remembers late colleague at awards lunch

PUBLISHED: 10:04 10 March 2014 | UPDATED: 10:04 10 March 2014

From left to right: Andrew and Jayne Gosling, Penny Gough-Brown (head of human resources), Richard Anderson (Fenmarc managing director), Sue Watson, Sue Taylor, Paul Woodcock, Julian Willis (director), Dave Gill, Kath Gill, Igors Snicarevs, Richard Cheverton, Mark Taylor (director), Jackie Mackenzie, Rachael Cheverton, Gail Paul, Maggie Bishop, Wayne Gordon (director), Tracy Waterman, Rufus Harper, Lorna Cook, Nick Waterman, John  Cook, Linda Davey, Colin Davey, Jo Barnes, Lisa faraday, Kristi Glowacki (event organiser).

From left to right: Andrew and Jayne Gosling, Penny Gough-Brown (head of human resources), Richard Anderson (Fenmarc managing director), Sue Watson, Sue Taylor, Paul Woodcock, Julian Willis (director), Dave Gill, Kath Gill, Igors Snicarevs, Richard Cheverton, Mark Taylor (director), Jackie Mackenzie, Rachael Cheverton, Gail Paul, Maggie Bishop, Wayne Gordon (director), Tracy Waterman, Rufus Harper, Lorna Cook, Nick Waterman, John Cook, Linda Davey, Colin Davey, Jo Barnes, Lisa faraday, Kristi Glowacki (event organiser).

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A Fenland vegetable producer rewarded its workers for their devotion to the company at an awards lunch.

Nick Waterman (Lifecrown managing director) with Gail Paul (Lifecrown). Nick Waterman (Lifecrown managing director) with Gail Paul (Lifecrown).

Fenmarc held their annual Loyalty Awards at Oundle Mill to congratulate those that have reached service milestones from its sites in Westry, Elm and Swinderby.

This year’s celebrations also included businesses Local Generation, Lifecrown investments and Agrimarc, which fall under the same umbrella group, Lifecrown.

Guests were treated to a money gift, three course meal and a luxury hamper.

The lunch was a chance for guests to remember a colleague from the Westry site, Pete Camplin, who achieved 15 years service but lost a short battle against cancer last year.

Richard Anderson on the right (Fenmarc managing director) with John Cook (Agrimarc). Richard Anderson on the right (Fenmarc managing director) with John Cook (Agrimarc).

Kristi Glowacki, human resources co-ordinator and event organiser, said: “Everyone had a great time and the atmosphere was relaxed and fun.

“Each year I’m always so impressed with the loyalty, hard work and dedication over the years from the colleagues.

“It is amazing that this year the combined total of service milestones is 500 years.

“ What an achievement. It is important these colleagues know that they make the difference – without them our business wouldn’t be what it is.”

Achievers: 10 years service – Richard Anderson, Joanne Barnes, Igors Snicarevs, Paul Woodcock, Duncan Price, Christopher Tilley, Philip Needham, Ross Macfarlane, Angie Claxton, Christine Cobb, Ventislav Todorov, Robert Masters, Hemin Salmin, John Shaw, Kevin Guy (all Fenmarc), Nigel Allam (Agrimarc), Neil Hunter (Local Generation), Nick Waterman (Lifecrown).

15 years service – Jackie Mackenzie, Andrew Gosling, Linda Davey, Dave Burrell, Dave Gill, Rose Copeman, Malcolm Thorpe (all Fenmarc), Tim Brammer (Agrimarc), Maggie Bishop (Lifecrown).

20 years service – Richard Cheverton (Fenmarc), Rufus Harper (Lifecrown).

30 years service – Jean Pearson (Fenmarc), Gail Paul (Lifecrown),

35 years service – Tracey Oldfield (Fenmarc), John Cook (Agrimarc).

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