Mr Warsop, 71, was enjoying his last day at Robinson’s Caravans on Gateford Road on Wednesday 26th March, where he had worked for the past 15 years.
He had begun his career as a toolmaker in 1958 and previously worked at Cinch on Sandy Lane. After working for 56 years, he was ready for a break.
And his daughter, Rachel Aslet-Clark, wanted to make his last day extra special by hiring a locally owned vintage Rolls Royce to pick him up from work.
“It was a total surprise and the car was stunning inside- very luxurious,” said Mr Warsop.
“The driver told me that it was the same car that Mohammed Ali hired during a tour of England in 1982. Whether that’s true or not, I don’t know- but it’s pretty amazing to think I could have been sat in the same seat as him.”
“We have a wonderful drive through the town and across Clumber Park.”
Mr Warsop said he was looking forward to his retirement and actually travelling in a caravan after working around them for so long.
“I have always enjoyed working, but I’m ready to call it a day- my wife Anne and I plan to take our caravan on a trip around the country,” he said.
“The Rolls Royce was a lovely surprise, and a great send off.”