Farnham firm rewards long service by valued staff

Published: 20 October 2017 - Rachel Tucker

Dedicated staff from the Farnham branch of groundwork and civil engineering materials supplier Rudridge have been recognised for their fifteen years’ combined service.

Clive Summerfield, Lauren Summerfield and Paul Duke.
Clive Summerfield, Lauren Summerfield and Paul Duke.


Lauren Summerfield, senior sales executive, celebrates ten years’ service while colleague Amanda Till, sales administrator, has been with the firm for five years.


The two employees were presented with the company’s long service pin and certificate. Summerfield and Till will also receive vouchers for the company’s internal employee rewards scheme, which can be used online to purchase items from a choice of over 1,000 different outlets.


Clive Summerfield, Regional Director of Rudridge, said: “Our success is driven by the dedication and loyalty of our amazing staff. Lauren and Amanda set very high standards and the support they give to the Farnham branch and the company as a whole is very much appreciated.


“It’s a real pleasure to congratulate and reward our team members when they reach important milestones like these. We look forward to working with Lauren and Amanda for many more years to come.”

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