Whoops, before you think we were complimenting West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue
we had better put you right.
The congrats go to Anthia Orchard, an ex WYFRS employee who was illegally investigated by WYFRS - when ACO Martyn Redfearn signed a RIPA order to have her followed by a private investigator, whose company illegally tracked her family car. After that WYFRS added insult to injury by tampering with her handbag when she had left the room.
We are delighted to announce that in her FIRST YEAR OF BUSINESS Anthia has won a coveted National Wedding Industry Award
After FCCL congratulated Anthia she said
" I've turned my life around after they (WYFRS) tried to ruin me.
And I've FCCL and the FBU to thank for believing in me"
Having gone from being bereft at having to leave the job she loved, Anthia has indeed turned her life around, and looks forward in the next few months to opening her first retail outlet.
Anthia really has gone from "Blue Lights to Balloons" - words you might be hearing much more of in the future.
If you would like to see more of Anthia's work it's available here