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As many as 570 traffic officials including four Deputy Superintendents of Police,16 Inspectors, 500 Traffic Wardens and 50 Junior Wardens would be deployed to control traffic in the city.
The children are wonderful and they love to come out with us on duckling watch but they have to work hard to become a junior warden - it's an honour for them to support their community.
Kenton Ward Committee has backed two Junior Warden Scheme at two local primary schools - one in Kenton and another in Fawdon.
The agency is striving to clean up local waterways, and as part of that Barratt has supplied the area's junior wardens with yellow paint and stencils to cover the surface water drains at its Dovedale Park development and beyond.
Cllr Rostron said: "The Junior Warden scheme works on so many levels.
One of his Loyalist ancestors, Lieutenant William Marsh UE, was the Junior Warden of the first Masonic Lodge in Kingston, St.
The junior wardens - all aged between nine and 11 - will be given high-visibility jackets and baseball caps to wear while patrolling streets.
The junior wardens will wear a high visibility jacket and baseball cap to patrol the streets.