Thursday, 3 March 2011


I think maybe this blog is getting a bit too full of facts and I think its high time I included the real  faces of the wonderful people that are threatened by the cuts around the country without whom our children would not get to school safely. If you are a Lollipop Person or you have one at your local school please can you send me a photo and a little bit about (yourself) them because I would like to put them on a 'wall of fame'. Send an email with photo attachment to
One of the downsides of the campaign is that the very people that need to be helped Our Lollipop People are often people who do not have access to a computer.  Therefore if you are a parent, teacher or member of school staff and you have a valued school crossing person please take the time to invite them into school and show them that there is a campaign taking place on their behalf.

1 comment:

  1. Yes, it is very necessary to ensure safety for the children who needs to cross the roads in heavy traffic rush. For this, we can install school crossing signs nearby the school roads which helps to inform the drivers that school is nearby and they have to slow down to prevent any accidents. The drivers can slow down or stop so that children can cross the road easily.