Two Birmingham teachers and a city council concierge have received prestigious Chamberlain Awards after racking up 128 years of service between them.
The council employees picked up the awards at a ceremony in front of 480 people at the International Convention Centre. As well as the long service awards there were ten diverse categories at the awards, which is in its seventh year.
Janet Morgan was honoured for completing 40 years of service as a teacher at Calshot School, in Calshot Road, Great Barr. Another teacher, Lewis Thomas, received an award for his 45 years of service at Colmers School and Sports College in Rednal. The third long server at the council was Joseph Fleming, who has worked for the last 43 years as a concierge at the council-owned Norfolk Tower.