Praise for outgoing Responders’ chairman

Retiring chairman Chris Robey, with his wife Sharon and their children with members of the caistor 1st Responders group.  (Lin)
Retiring chairman Chris Robey, with his wife Sharon and their children with members of the caistor 1st Responders group. (Lin)

After five years of leading the way for Caistor First Responders, Chris Robey has stepped down as chairman.

During his time at the helm, Chris has continuously championed the cause, raising the group’s profile and securing the vital sponsorship needed to maintain the service at the highest level.

“Chris has been a first class chairman,” said new chairman Ian Dawson.

“He has always led from the front, continuously championing the cause.

“It has not always been easy but, Chris’s never say die attitude and his relaxed enthusiastic persona have helped to keep everyone on the right track and today there are thirteen volunteer members.

In recognition of his work, Chris, was presented with an engraved cut glass decanter, when he thanked everyone in the group for all their support and the Caistor community who fully support them.

“The town council fully support the 1st Responders and Chris has done a fantastic job in raising the profile of the group, finding new and innovative ways to secure the vital funding to ensure the quality of service and support to the local residents,” added Caistor Mayor, Coun Steve Millson.