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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"She really is much more than a lollipop lady, she is a pillar of the community.
South Lanarkshire Council said the lollipop lady would be offered support.
My mother Alma was also a lollipop lady and, as a child, I looked up to her.
Drivers have been very unhelpful and very dangerous - they are driving on when the lollipop lady is still there.
LOLLIPOP lady was never Laura Dodds' idea of a dream job.
JUST like in the famous TV advert, lollipop lady Maureen Allen has been given many boxes of Roses chocolates during her 20-year career.
They all loved her." Next Tuesday would have marked 28 years since Bernie first began working on the crossing as a lollipop lady.
A lollipop lady is believed to have been hit by a cyclist as children came out out of school.
DOZENS of former pupils have gathered at a school to celebrate a popular lollipop lady and local figure who died just three months after retiring.
A LOLLIPOP lady who has helped children for almost four decades is leaving her post this week.
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.
THE iconic zebra crossing from the cover of The Beatles' Abbey Road album is to get a lollipop lady.