LIFE at Alloa Police Station will never be the same following a retirement of Margaret Davidson

"Wee Mags" received flowers and certificates last week when colleagues marked the end of her 30 year career.

A true gem, she started her service in 1989 as a traffic warden, a role she worked in for more than 15 years.

Her drive and dedication meant that she was then given a post behind the front counter at the local police station, where she has been faithfully serving members of the public ever since.

Margaret spent her whole career in the Wee County and as an appreciation of her service to Clackmannanshire, she was given a certificate of recognition by Chief Superintendent Alan Gibson and Superintendent Drew Sinclair.

Inspector Mark Murphy, community and station inspector at Alloa, said: "Margaret has been a fantastic servant to the community and to this station.

"Her helpfulness and dedication to her role is a testament of her character, which will be missed by the public and all of the officers she has helped and assisted during her service."

A statement on social media added: "All the very best in your retirement Wee Mags, from everyone at Forth Valley, your second family."