Attleborough Infant School pupils protest against retirement of popular caretaker

Pupils and staff at Attleborough Infant School marked the retirement of the school caretaker after 13 years of dedicated service to the school.

Staff treated Mick Livett to a meal out at a local pub while the children formed their own demonstration march waving placards and banners pleading with him not to retire.

At a special assembly, Mr Livett a lifelong Norwich City supporter, was presented with a book marking the history of his beloved football club, some vouchers for the NCFC shop and a signed letter from manager Paul Lambert.

A special rendition of 'On The Ball City' was sung and the school hall was decorated in yellow and green.


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