Emergency Hero of the Year

It is not until you need a lifeline emergency service, that you realise just how important it is. Guernsey and the rest of the Bailiwick rely around the clock on a network of emergency responders to protect and keep us safe. Our police, fire and ambulance services, along with our coastguard, air search and lifeboat crews are our community’s guardians, on hand for anything from minor accidents to serious incidents, from protecting our borders to carrying out major life-saving rescues.

Their work can be tough, demanding and often in extreme, dangerous conditions whether on land, sea or air. But without such dedication and tireless high standards from these individuals our island’s unique and enviable safety would be jeopardised and lives would be lost.

If you know of an emergency responder or team deserving special recognition, this is your chance to nominate them.

Nominees

Emergency Hero of the Year: Andy Adam

A PARAMEDIC who led the way in screening Covid patients has been nominated for the Madmax Race Team-sponsored Emergency Hero of the Year award.
Andy Adam has been put forward by lead nurse emergency care and Covid screening Philippa Le Vasseur.

Emergency Hero of the Year: Graham Le Maitre

AFTER four decades of helping the people of Guernsey, retired paramedic Graham Le Maitre has been nominated for the Madmax Race Team-sponsored Emergency Hero of the Year award.

Emergency Hero of the Year: GSPCA Team

THE GSPCA team’s extremely busy year rescuing all shapes and sizes of animal has resulting in manager Steve Byrne nominating them for the Madmax Race Team-sponsored Emergency Hero award.

Emergency Hero of the Year: Joint Emergency Services Control

THE unseen efforts of the Joint Emergency Services Control Centre are being put forward for the Madmax Race Team-sponsored Emergency Hero award.

Emergency Hero of the Year: Nick Hill

A SURF SCHOOL manager who helped to save two swimmers in trouble has been nominated for the Madmax Race Team-sponsored Emergency Hero of the Year award.
Nick Hill manages Guernsey Surf School and knows the perils of the sea well.

Emergency Hero: Alison Stolton

WHEN Amy Pezet had a nasty bicycle accident on a trip to Sark, it was Alison Stolton who came to her help.

Emergency Hero: Gavin St Pier

STRONG leadership by Gavin St Pier is what helped to get Guernsey safety through the recent coronavirus pandemic and islander John Blatchford has now nominated him for the Pride of Guernsey Emergency Hero category.

Emergency Hero: Kristy Grant

AN OFF-DUTY ICU nurse saved the life of a man having a cardiac arrest.

Emergency Hero: PC Nicholas Boughay

A NEIGHBOURHOOD police officer has been nominated for the Madmax Race Team-sponsored Pride of Guernsey Emergency Hero award.

Award in association with