Well-wishes have poured in for a hard-working Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) who is retiring after 23 years with Derbyshire Constabulary.
Today (Saturday) marks the final day of working for the force for PCSO Anne Gribbon (pictured).
She has served the areas of New Mills, Hayfield, Gamesley, Charlesworth and Chisworth as a PCSO for the last eight years.
Anne tweeted: "On my retirement today, I'd like to wish all my friends and colleagues goodbye. I've had a wonderful time with you all - I'll miss you. Keep safe."
@GamelseySNT - @GlossopSNT - @NewMillsSNT— PCSO Anne Gribbon (@GamesleySNT) June 20, 2020
PCSO 5178 Anne Gribbon - On my #retirement today I'd like to wish all my friends and colleagues #goodbye .
I've had a wonderful time with you all - I'll miss you.
Glossop Police Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) confirmed the news on social media, where a number of nice messages of support were left by local people to wish Anne a happy and well-deserved retirement.
Glossop Police SNT said it was a sad day for the team and wished Anne well for the future.
They said: "It's a sad day for the team and for Gamesley SNT too today. As our colleague, lttle Anne Gribbon retires today after working for Derbyshire Constabulary for 23 years.
"You may remember her familiar smiling face and Geordie accent from the enquiry office at Glossop Police Station and other stations throughout the High Peak.
"But for the last eight years she has worked hard as a Police Community Support Officer in New Mills/Hayfield and the Gamesley/Charlesworth & Chisworth areas.
"We wish her well, all the best and good luck for the future in her new life away from work. Well done - god bless, we'll miss you."