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Christmas giving: Tim Morrison, general manager of the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, helps deliver a meal to Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service staff for Christmas Day (Photograph supplied)

Not everyone gets a break on Christmas – and for the island’s frontline public service staff, duty calls.

Christmas dinners came to the island’s police and fire staff courtesy of the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, who serve meals as a show of appreciation.

Tim Morrison, the hotel’s general member, set off with director of operations Roydell Neverson and colleague Rajendra Bala to lay out a buffet for the Bermuda Police Service and the Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service on Christmas Day.

Cheering on police for Christmas are: Rajendra Bala of the Hamilton Princess Hotel, left, with Police Commissioner Darrin Simons, hotel general manager Tim Morrison, hotel director Of operations Roydell Neverson, and BPS Acting Superintendent Jerome Laws, officer in charge of the community policing division (Photograph supplied)
A Christmas buffet is served for officers at Hamilton Police Station (Photograph supplied)

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Published December 26, 2022 at 4:49 pm (Updated December 28, 2022 at 10:23 pm)

Frontline staff get a little holiday cheer from hotel

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