That’s right chappie, why I was a young lass, my own mamma had to walk her own children to school, sometimes the junior housemaid, but normally my dear old mamma! Even if it was raining [but only when pappa had the Rolls in London]. People need to take responsibility these days, and realise money is tight, I have had to lay off the gardener for 2 days aweek myself..
Agree 100% Johnhoppy – and I’ll add that ‘accompanying’ the ‘child’ would not have made a blind bit of difference in this instance – the bus drivers could not take children without a bus pass that (a) a lot have never had, and (b) no one knew it had suddenly become compulsory to show, under pain of their contract being withdrawn.
As said – this chaos is down to the council. They made a decision and failed utterly to inform those that would be directly affected by it – its an example of appalling communication and inconsiderate behaviour. It has caused a massive amount of inconvenience and an awful loot of unnecessary worry.
By the way – I was told that a bus pass for my daughter would be here today – not a bloody sign of it!
Thats prob cause they hate you Sue McPain!!
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