Flushed with success! Reepham woman cleans public toilets for 25 years
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Reepham town councillors have thanked a long-standing member of staff with an unexpected surprise.
Jeanette 'George' Hardiment has been cleaning the town's public toilets for 25 years, since October 18, 1992.
Council chairman, Les Paterson, councillor Anne Woollett, and clerk Jo Boxall, thanked her for her years of hardwork with flowers, balloons, and a giftcard.
Mrs Jo Boxall, described Ms Hardiment as 'wonderful, kind, and caring', and an 'asset to the community'.
After beginning her job at Broadland district council in 1992, and continuing her work when the toilets were taken over by the town council, she celebrated 25 years with a party for family and friends, on Sunday, October 15.
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And Ms Hardiment has no plans to hang up her toilet brush just yet.
After the celebrations led to rumours of her retirement, she put a notice in the post office window, stating that she hoped to be cleaning the toilets for another 25 years.
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