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Title: Retirement of Trevor Beavan, long time anchor at Pewsey station
Post by: grahame on November 23, 2019, 10:04:49 am
From Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pewsey_railway_station

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The current (2018) Station Master is Trevor Beaven who has held the post for over 50 years. Prior to managing Pewsey, Mr Beaven worked at the former Woodborough Station for six years. Mr Beaven was awarded an MBE for his services in 1999

Trevor has done the most enormous good for the various train operators and for the customers and community at Pewsey station - his MBE well deserved. I've personally had the privelige of interacting with him (usually means "being helped by him") on a few occasions.

Trevor retires on Friday, 13th December and I would like to thank him for all he has done for us customers over the past many years, and wish him a long and happy retirement.


Title: Re: Retirement of Trevor Beavan, long time anchor at Pewsey station
Post by: hoover50 on December 02, 2019, 09:26:29 am
Trevor will be greatly missed by many people who use Pewsey station.

I wonder if it is more than a coincidence that he has chosen to retire just before the commencement of the new timetable, when the first off-peak train of the day will become a peak-time train resulting in the more than doubling of the fare to London on that train?


Title: Re: Retirement of Trevor Beavan, long time anchor at Pewsey station
Post by: grahame on December 14, 2019, 01:10:19 pm
Quoting from a public post on Facebook - an appreciation from many of the work that Trevor Beavan has done at Pewsey Station over 44 years.  A shining example of customer service, he will be sadly missed and these accolades deserve to be remembered long, long after they fade back into time on Facebook.

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Jean Diane Talbott:  Happy Retirement to Trevor 😊

Sue Booth:  Lovely Trevor - happiest of retirements

Rose Hudson: He will be hugely missed. You could always count on Trevor!
 
Kay Naylor: Happy retirement Trevor.
 
Norma Messenger: Thanks, Roy sorted all of it, he thinks a lot of Trevor

Roy Messenger: He is a top man only wish I could work with a bit longer.

Amanda Susan Rhind:  He will be greatly missed. Thank you for all he has done.

Maureen Driver: It won’t be the same without Trevor. He will be very missed.

Kay Arthur: Thank you Trevor for all your help over the 44 years that I have known you. Enjoy your retirement. xx

Dave Hughes:  I’ve had the pleasure of conversations with Trevor. He always provided the ‘value added’. Treasure the time you can now have with such a kind remarkable man Anita.

Anita Beaven: Dave Hughes thank you
 
Dawn Owen: Happy retirement Trevor

Lynn Bassett: He is a lovely man, always went over and above. Happy retirement.
 
Lynn Gray: Happy retirement :)



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