Caistor Lions put a ‘halt’ to home time queue

Caistor  Lions President Ron Lyus, left, with Bus Supervisor Rachel Jacklin, Lions Youth Officer Martyn Kemp and pupils Michael Conlin, Aimee-Louise Conlin, Jessica Bufform and Lewis Johnson. EMN-160419-145223001

Caistor Lions President Ron Lyus, left, with Bus Supervisor Rachel Jacklin, Lions Youth Officer Martyn Kemp and pupils Michael Conlin, Aimee-Louise Conlin, Jessica Bufform and Lewis Johnson. EMN-160419-145223001

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School Bus Supervisor at Caistor Primary, Rachel Jacklin was very pleased to receive a new Bus Stop sign from Caistor Lions.

The sign will save around 30 children having to queue in the confined space of the school’s entrance foyer at home time; instead, the children will now be able to form up behind the sign in the playground.

The Lions had previously presented Hi-Viz jackets to the school to enhance staff and pupil safety when off the school premises.

“The club is always pleased to support school safety-related initiatives,” said Lions president Ron Lyus.