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Winner – Ian Stuckey
Ian Stuckey has worked for the local authority as Lengthsman in Pontypridd Town Centre for 9 years, and has been an extremely loyal member of staff who has not taken any time off sick during his employment. He has always displayed a high level of commitment and always goes beyond his normal duties and ensures there are no over flowing litter bins, litter or dog fouling in Pontypridd Town Centre. His commitment to the area has been noticed and praised by Senior Management, Councillors and the general public. This award will inspire Ian’s colleagues that hard work is recognised and rewarded.
Highly Commended – Richard Jones
Richard Jones is a member of the Tidy Towns team who were set up to tackle environmental issues in conjunction with communities, schools and local residents. They have undertaken over 90 projects which range from cutting back overgrowth, building log circles/outdoor classrooms, providing allotment areas for schools and the provision of country walk trails and picnic areas. Richard has been a key member of the team who have received huge praise for their efforts and added a vital link to the work undertaken in Streetcare.
Highly Commended – Dean Vaughan
Dean has worked in the Enforcement Team for the last 3 ½ years and is a valued member of the team. He is proactive in tackling envirocrime and has more recently been undertaking school visits promoting the damage of littering, dog fouling and fly tipping. Dean is prepared to tackle the difficult issues the role brings and does it in an extremely professional manner. He will always go the extra mile and is prepared to help and assist in all elements of Streetcare and portrays a positive image for the service. The work Dean has undertaken throughout RCT has and continued to benefit the residents by cleaning up hotspots and making areas a cleaner and safer environment.