Honiton: Volunteer car driver Lloyd retires at 91

PUBLISHED: 14:53 29 July 2009 | UPDATED: 23:54 15 June 2010

P6271-30-09SH Honiton TRIP. 91 year old Lloyd Baal is pictured with TRIP assistant manager Tony Stephens on his retirement as a driver with the charity. Mr Baal has been driving for TRIP for 12 years and the charity are always seeking more drivers to help them. 
Picture by Simon Horn.

P6271-30-09SH Honiton TRIP. 91 year old Lloyd Baal is pictured with TRIP assistant manager Tony Stephens on his retirement as a driver with the charity. Mr Baal has been driving for TRIP for 12 years and the charity are always seeking more drivers to help them. Picture by Simon Horn.

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VOLUNTEER driver Lloyd Baal has decided to slow down now that he has reached the grand age of 91.

VOLUNTEER driver Lloyd Baal has decided to slow down now that he has reached the grand age of 91.

After 12 years of voluntary service with TRIP Community Transport Association, in Honiton, he has retired.

Mr Baal, who joined the TRIP team when the association was first launched, stood down last week.

As a thank you, TRIP's assistant manager, Tony Stephens, presented him with a gift voucher.


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