Vic’s 17 years of service honoured

PUBLISHED: 13:00 26 September 2013 | UPDATED: 16:20 26 September 2013

The Honiton Hospital League of Friends chairman, Heather Penwarden, presenting Vic Bowsher MBE with a certificate and a small gift and Paul Barrows the Leagues' Treasurer presented May with an orchid.  Also pictured are Dr Jeremy Gibson the League's president, Rosemary Sprigg trustee and volunteer, and Mickie Dicks Modern Matron.

The Honiton Hospital League of Friends chairman, Heather Penwarden, presenting Vic Bowsher MBE with a certificate and a small gift and Paul Barrows the Leagues' Treasurer presented May with an orchid. Also pictured are Dr Jeremy Gibson the League's president, Rosemary Sprigg trustee and volunteer, and Mickie Dicks Modern Matron.

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The former chairman of Honiton Hospital League of Friends has been honoured for his years of dedicated service.

Vic Bowsher MBE stepped down from the group’s board of trustees after 17 years on the League of Friends committee.

Along with his wife, May, who also retired from the board of trustees, they have both given many hours of valuable service from when the new hospital opened and before.

To mark the occasion and give thanks to both Vic and May, a tea party and presentation was held at the hospital last week.

The current chairman, Heather Penwarden, presented Vic with a certificate and a small gift and Paul Barrows, the League’s treasurer presented May with an orchid.


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