Kids' protest saves lollipop jobs

Pupil protest saves lollipop jobs

A group of children have won a campaign to save the jobs of the lollipop people near their school.

Press Packer Clara and her mates from Dulwich in South East London were told their schools would lose their lollipop people - because the council needed to save money.

But they weren't having any of that and they decided to organise a protest.

Their three lollipop men and women are now staying, but officials have only promised to keep them for another year.

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