London Square sponsors Lollipop Lady at Darrick Wood Junior School


School children from Darrick Wood Junior School will continue to be able to cross the road to school with the help of school crossing patrol lollipop lady Pat Saunders - following a donation from developer London Square.

The school appealed for help to pay for the service, which they now have to fund themselves following council cuts. London Square is building a collection of family homes and apartments in six acres of grounds in Broadwater Gardens, a short walk from the school. A number of families with children at the highly rated school, or who are keen to send their children there, have bought new homes.

Rebecca Littler, Sales and Marketing Director at London Square Orpington, said

We are proud to work with Darrick Wood Junior School. They are at the heart of the local community and the school crossing patrol provides such vital support for local parents and children.

Andrew Gilgour, Head Teacher of Darrick Wood Junior School commented

Our pupils and parents rely on our school crossing patrol, Pat Saunders, every morning and afternoon and we are delighted to have the support of London Square to help fund the service.


The photograph shows: Andrew Gilgour, Head Teacher of Darrick Wood Junior School, lollipop lady Pat Saunders, London Square Orpington sales manager Dario Scimeca, with pupils outside the junior school.

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