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Volunteer in Bourne awarded by Lord Lieutenant ofg Lincolnshire Toby Dennis for service



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A volunteer has received a 20 years’ service award.

James Pepper, is a unit manager for young St John Ambulance cadets, known as Badgers, in Bourne.

To recognise his service, he was given a second ‘bar’ to his service medal.

James Pepper with Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire Toby Dennis
James Pepper with Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire Toby Dennis

Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire Toby Dennis made the presentation to James at a special service.

He said: “James has been provided with this award in recognition of the ongoing contribution he has made to his community.”

“His dedication to continuing to further the lifesaving mission of our charity is noteworthy and he truly deserves this recognition.”

St John Ambulance is a volunteer-led health and first aid charity whose volunteers respond to emergencies and support communities.

The Order of St John traces its origins to the Knights Hospitaller and the first Hospital of St John in Jerusalem in 1078.



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