'We want to keep our lollipop patrols': Newcastle parents call for U-turn in wake of safety fears

'We want to keep our lollipop patrols': Newcastle parents call for U-turn in wake of safety fears
 

Thousands of people have signed petitions to save the jobs of lollipop men and women.
Newcastle City Council announced last week that it intended to axe all but two of the city’s school crossing patrols in the latest round of cutbacks.
The move has been met with fury from parents, who say that “children’s lives will be put at risk” if the cuts go ahead.
Seven online petitions have been mounted against the proposals, including one to save Michele Armstrong, who has been seeing Kingston Park Primary pupils safely to school for 15 years.
Michele looks after children at the corner of Brunton... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 38
Source: Sunday Sun
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