Six members of staff from Queen Alexandra Cottage Homes were congratulated for their long service.
The staff, all from the car wing of the homes in Seaside, were presented with long service awards at the annual general meeting.
The recipients were carer Jackie Messenger, who has given 20 years service, RN Neville Walley, who has clocked up 15 years, chef Barry Robinson, another 15 years, and carer Maureen Morris, also 15 years.
Two of the homes’ domestic help ladies Pam Langley and Maureen Pomfrey both celebrated ten years of service.
Queen Alexandra Cottage Homes chairman, Stephanie Parkes-Crick, thanked them for their work in maintaining the high reputation of the care wing.
Pictured are those who received awards with Stephanie (left), and Matron Simone Mills and Peter Buckland, the general manager, (right).
Queen Alexandra Cottage Homes provides long and short-term care for 25 residents. Established in 1906, it is Eastbourne’s oldest charity.