Warm send off for Fort firefighter John

Crew commander John Campbell, front left. Photograph: Anthony MacMillan.

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Retiring after 39 years’ service in fire and rescue John Campbell, left, crew commander at Fort William, received many gifts and good wishes from his colleagues, and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, at a presentation led by Christopher Findlay – RDS support watch manager in Fort William.

John attend most of the big fires in the area including the Old Distillery, McTavish’s Kitchen, Spean Bridge Woollen Mill, and was also in the water rescue team and very active in the fire services charities. Photograph Anthony MacMillan Photography.