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Appeal for Bradwell Lollipop wardens

PUBLISHED: 16:45 01 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:11 03 July 2010

The onset of darker nights is making the appointment of lollipop people at two of the borough's busiest crossing points more urgent that usual.

Vacancies have emerged at Mill Lane and Beccles Road, Bradwell, serving close to 1000 primary school pupils making their way to Woodlands, Hillside and Homefield schools.

The onset of darker nights is making the appointment of lollipop people at two of the borough's busiest crossing points more urgent that usual.

Vacancies have emerged at Mill Lane and Beccles Road, Bradwell, serving close to 1000 primary school pupils making their way to Woodlands, Hillside and Homefield schools.

Crossing patrol manager Ian Webb he hoped to fill the posts as quickly as possible. One of the crossing patrol people had found a job with more hours the other was going into hospital for an operation, he said.

Each post is for around an hour and a half a day.

To find out more call Mr Webb on 01603 224489.


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