dinner lady


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dinner lady

n
(Professions) Brit a female cook or canteen worker in a school
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After that he retires into athletic privacy, and has but one interest in life--the interest of watching the disappearance of his own superfluous flesh." Throughout the dinner Lady Lundie was in oppressively good spirits, singing the praises of her new friends.
She started as a dinner lady at the primary school, on Ulverscroft Road, in 1989 when her own children were pupils.
"In the morning, as they come in, the kids hug us and tell us well done," says Bernie Ritson, 62, who works three or four different jobs each day, including being a dinner lady and cleaning at Ladywood.
Rachel confirmed that her 'Nana Babs', a former Salford dinner lady, had passed away after a viewer pointed out that Rachel had spelled out 'Granny' on the letters board in an episode which aired just hours after her death.
A DINNER lady who retired after 38 years is enjoying a busy and healthy start to retirement.
And one photo captures pupils Gemma Smith and Anthony Beaumont, at St Augustine's Primary in Coulby Newham, with their trays full of dinner cooked by dinner lady Eileen Stamp.
A DEDICATED dinner lady has proved she is Queen of the school dinners after landing a top award.
AFTER 38 years of service, staff and students at Bede Primary School in Gateshead said an emotional goodbye to dinner lady Jenny Parkin.
A community has called for a dinner lady to be re-instated after she was sacked for "liking" a joke about a burka on Facebook.
Telly star Zoe Lucker says her biggest fear for her little daughter is that she'll meet a dinner lady like her Waterloo Road character.