The mayor has called for a lollipop lady who has been helping children get to school safely for almost 50 years to get recognition from the Queen.
Florence Adams, 86, has been a crossing patrol officer - better known as a lollipop lady - outside St Philomena's Catholic High School for Girls in Carshalton for 48 years and said she has no plans to stop as she loves her job.
From left: Deputy mayor Coun Sur Steers, mayor Coun Sean Brennan, Florence Adams and Julie Lewis
She was given an award for giving outstanding service to the borough by keeping Sutton safe at last week's Sutton Community Awards and was invited to take tea with Sutton mayor Councillor Sean Brennan on Tuesday.
Croydon lollipop lady June Rixson was given a British Empire Medal by the Queen last year for 35 years' service and Coun Brennan has called for Mrs Adams to be given similar recognition.
After being given her award by Sutton Council, Mrs Adams said: "I’m proud and very pleased to receive this award. I love doing my job. For me the children are my first priority - I love them all. I love seeing them grow up and I will keep doing this job for as long as I can."
Both Mrs Adams and her daughter Julie Lewis visited Coun Brennan's parlour for tea on Tuesday.
Coun Brennan said: "Florence is a shining example of community spirit at its best. She deserves local and indeed national recognition for her 48 years of hard work and dedication. She is a real credit to the London Borough of Sutton".
To nominate Mrs Adams for an award you can visit www.gov.uk/honours.
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