Long-service awards for Stalham police staff ahead of station closure

District Commander for North Norfolk and Broadland, Superintendent Stuart Gunn (centre) presenting C

District Commander for North Norfolk and Broadland, Superintendent Stuart Gunn (centre) presenting Certificates to Kay Theresa Walbyoff, Pat Lewis and Carole Sprenger, surrounded by Officers and staff. Picture: MAURICE GRAY - Credit: MAURICE GRAY

Three police station workers in Stalham with more than 40 years' service between them had their dedication recognised at a special ceremony ahead of its closure.

Police volunteers Carole Sprenger and Kay Theresa Walbyoff, both with 12 years' service, and cleaner Pat Lewis, with over 20 years' service, were presented with certificates of service and bouquets of flowers.

They were joined by police officers and staff who had worked with them, at the station, over the years.

Superintendent Stuart Gunn, Norfolk Constabulary's District Commander for North Norfolk and Broadland District, made the presentation.

He said: 'The three ladies have been a very important part of the local policing family and we really appreciate all the work they have contributed over the years.'

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