The Day Job Gallery 7

1990s

Police Constable Chris Slinn, officer in charge at Sapperton, near Cirencester, seen here on his Honda CB200 motorcycle, in the early 1990s. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2168)
Photograph from Martyn Hillier
More property retrieved from Pittville Lake, this time by Police Constable Dave Stalker. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2212)
Photograph from Martyn Hillier
Chief Inspector John Parsons at the head of an anti war demonstration (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 1778)
Inspector Geoffrey Sindrey with Mr Cyril Bailey, licensee of the Annex Inn Lydney at the launch of the Lydney 'Pubwatch' Scheme 1990. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 1000)
In 1991 Cheltenham College celebrated the 150th anniversary of its founding with a visit from her Majesty the Queen. From left to right: Police Constables Gordon Pearce, Martyn Hillier, Keith Wilson, Ray Leach, Roger Merrett, Mike Fitter. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2566)
Photograph from Martyn Hillier
1991 Kelloggs Tour of Britain. Police Constable Martyn Hillier and Tony the Tiger in Buxton as part of the team escorting the cyclists around the country from Windsor to Leeds (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2394)
Photograph from Martyn Hillier
Stow on the Wold Horse Fair around 1992 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2067-9 )
The weekend of 6th & 7th, plus Monday 8th May 1995 was the 50th anniversary of the Victory in Europe Day, the end of the Second World War in Europe. The Metropolitan Police Force was pushed to accommodate the movement of so many Heads of State and so outside forces were asked to provide suitably trained VIP escort motorcyclists. The Gloucestershire contingent seen outside Buckingham Palace, consisted of Police Constables Martyn Hillier, Roger Merrett and Gordon Pearce. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2170-2)
Photograph from Martyn Hillier
Martyn Hiller outside 10 Downing Street. Victory in Europe Day May 1995. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2170-1)
Photograph from Martyn Hillier
Staff outside Cinderford Police Station on the last day of Forest Division 31st March 1998. Back row left to right: Police Constable Paul Hutchinson,Police Sergeant Colin Heselton, Police Sergeant Bob Phelps, Front row left to right: Police Constable Justin Parnell, Police Constable Dean Morse, Civilian Clerk Mary Parker (appointed Force Welfare Officer 2000) Police Constable John Cann, Police Constable Annette Gunter, Police Constable Andy Johnson, Police Constable Glen Morse.(Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 1002)
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  • Fairly sure that it was Police Sergeant Colin Heselton rather than Heseltine. Sadly passed away in recent times.

    By Colin Manton (22/11/2017)

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