Ryan Crick collects his award from Tony Cockcroft.

Crowland engineer’s top award

A young Crowland engineer at a bus operator has been hailed as one of Britain’s best at a glitzy awards ceremony in London.
Stagecoach East’s Ryan Crick won the Best Newcomer Award at the Stagecoach Excellence Awards.
The award was presented by Tony Cockcroft, asset management director of Stagecoach, at a gala dinner held at the London Transport Museum in London.
Ryan is a vehicle technician, whose role is to carry out routine maintenance and repairs on the operator’s modern fleet of buses.
A Stagecoach spokesman said: “Since joining the bus operator, Ryan has consistently demonstrated a remarkable commitment to learning and growth.
“He eagerly dives into new tasks and projects, showing a willingness to adapt and contribute to the team’s success.
“Whether it’s taking on challenging assignments or offering innovative solutions to problems, his proactive approach is a breath of fresh air.
“He was commended for his eagerness to go above and beyond expectations.
“Despite being new to the team, he has already shown exceptional initiative and resourcefulness in his role.”
Peter Collins, said: “Since joining our team, he has made an outstanding impression with his dedication, enthusiasm, and positive attitude
“He is a real inspiration and I hope that he will inspire more young people, who have an interest in engineering, to learn their trade here at Stagecoach East.
“His positive attitude and collaborative nature have had a significant impact on team morale. His ability to foster a sense of camaraderie and teamwork has been invaluable in creating a positive work environment for everyone.”

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