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Patroller Christine celebrates 40 years keeping children safe on the road

For 40 years Christine Walker has been seeing children safely across the road to school. And that's a record, according to Buckinghamshire County Council. On Monday (19 February) the children of West Wycombe celebrated Christine's service to the community with a special assembly at the village school.

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