20 YEARS AGO
THE safety of hundreds of children was being put at risk – because there was no safety patrol. Parents and teachers at Roman Way School and Roysia School were involved in a long battle for a crossing patrol after two children were hurt in accidents in Bur
THE safety of hundreds of children was being put at risk - because there was no safety patrol.
Parents and teachers at Roman Way School and Roysia School were involved in a long battle for a crossing patrol after two children were hurt in accidents in Burns Road, Royston.
But although it was said that a crossing patrol would be installed, no suitable lollipop person had answered advertisements for the position.
Meanwhile, a crossing patrol in Old North Road had been transferred to Burns Road - but that then left schoolchildren vulnerable at that crossing point.
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