Sefton Council is telling local residents the one about the child who crossed the road safely.
The local authority is launching a drive to recruit School Crossing Patrols to help school children in Formby and Southport. They will be replacing those who are retiring from the role.
Marie Gosling, School Crossing Manager at Sefton Council said:
“People underestimate what an important role our school crossing patrol plays. Patrols are highly respected members of the community and provide a vital safety service for children and parents alike.
“This is a fantastic role for anyone looking for part time hours, looking for flexibility in their working life. Typically you can expect to work up to 8 hours per week, at £8 per hour with all of your travel expenses paid.
“It is also a good way to meet new people and make new friends.”
If working as a school crossing patrol is something that would interest you, contact the Senior School Crossing Supervisor, Marie Domville, on 0151 288 6153.