Eight members of Bucks County Council staff have been presented with certificates to mark 25 years of service to the county.
The staff, who were honoured at a reception yesterday (Thursday), have notched up 207 years of service between them.
Chairman Zahir Mohammed presented Service to Buckinghamshire certificates to staff who had completed at least 25 years with the county council.
The long servers included Jennifer Rouse, caretaker at Marsh Gibbon CofE School (30 years), school crossing patrollers Irene Warne, from Elmhurst, Aylesbury and Janice Worger, from Stoke Mandeville (both 25 years) and the county council’s land charges officer Catherine Whilden (25 years).
They were joined by 58 staff who were recognised for successful work projects and achieving professional qualifications.
Paying tribute chairman Mr Mohammed said: “Service is the biggest thing our staff give to the council, and it’s right that we recognise long service and dedication at gatherings to celebrate successes.”