Anthony Winston Watts 20 years life saving
experience An inspiration to everyone.
At the April race meeting at Pembrey, the first of 2011, a tribute in the form of a
minutes silence before racing was paid to one of the absolute stalwarts of Pembrey,
Anthony Winston Watts, paramedic at Pembrey from 1991 to 2011, who sadly
passed away in March.
Winston was known by all as a truly brilliant paramedic, and there are a number of people
alive today who literally owe their lives to his quick thinking and mastery of exactly
what to do in a medical crisis. We as drivers always joked that we only wanted to see him
at the end of race days!
Winston was a fascinating person to talk to, and had many stories covering many decades,
all of which were enchanting. He was one of lifes true gentleman. He will be sorely