Sheffield Daily Telegraph – Monday 24 February 1930
Conisborough Ambulance Workers.
The seventh annual tea the Conisborough vision of the St. John Ambulance Brigade and the Nursing Sisters was held at Headquarters, the Church Hall, on Saturday evening, and there was a record attendance, which included Assistant Commissioner H, Hulley, the “Vicar of Conisborough, the Rev. H. Lee, and the Wesleyan minister, the Rev. D. Williams.
Superintendent C. Farrell, of Conisborough Division, presided, and after tea a social was held at which the Divisional Surgeon, Dr. W. J. McClure, presented the awards won during the year.
To the Ambulance Division handed 42 labels, four medallions, four vouchers, and four certificates, and to the Nursing Sisters labels and pendants and four medallions.