lollipop lady


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lollipop lady

A person who helps school children cross trafficked roads in the UK during the school year. The name refers to the large signs he or she holds to attract the attention of traffic, which resemble lollipops.
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Flowers have been left in tribute to Abertysswg Primary School lollipop lady Eirwen Selkirk, below
South Lanarkshire Council said the lollipop lady would be offered support.
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Ann Challinor, 60, who has worked as a lollipop lady for 16 years at Osborne Primary School, on Station Road, added: "I would be completely heartbroken.
She's not just a lollipop lady for the kids, she supports the mums and dads.
I SAW HER STANDING THERE How album cover would look with lollipop lady
Lollipop lady Val Atkins wears a hat mounted robo-cam to record her morning's work in Nuneaton, Warwickshire.
She says: 'I had never thought about becoming a lollipop lady before a friend of mine who used to do the job suggested it to me.
One of the highlights of her four decades of loyal service was being nominated for the lollipop lady of the year contest in 1985.
A LOLLIPOP lady was taken to hospital after being hit by a car on Tyneside.
IN regard to the council planning to stop the lollipop lady on Marton Road outside Captain Cook Primary School, Middlesbrough (Gazette, 01.
OUR online readers got talking about a story in our sister paper the Sunday Mail about lollipop lady Betty Dickson, who has been banned from waving to schoolchildren for health and safety reasons.