A former firefighter has been thanked for his service after leaving for a career with the ambulance service.
Until recently Errol Dunham served as a retained firefighter at Holbeach for 14 years.
And it’s inspired him to train and take a full time position as a technician with East Midlands Ambulance Service.
He was presented with a special commemorative axe by watch command support Paul Barkway and watch manager John Kinder.
“I had a great time with the fire service,” said Errol who is also continuing to run his business Ed’s Mowers.
“I learned a lot of life skills and met lots of people.”
On his new job, father of two Errol, said: “It’s been brilliant.
“I think it’s the best job in the world. It’s hard at times but so rewarding and you can sort of be your own boss.”