A parade of 'lollipop' ladies and men brought Bexleyheath shoppers to a standstill when they marched through the town centre as part of a publicity campaign.
A team of 35, in their familiar high visibility jackets and carrying the famous 'Stop' lollipop signs, marched from Bexley's Civic Offices to the Central Library to mark the re-launch of a London-wide 'Stop Means Stop' campaign.
Pedestrians and shoppers looked on as a large double decker bus bearing the 'Stop Means Stop' message on its rear was brought onto the Broadway and the lollipop patrol formed the word STOP on the pavement in front of it.
The idea was to highlight to motorists the legal requirement to stop when instructed by a patrol and to remain stationary until the patrol has returned to the pavement.
Children from St Fidelis Catholic Primary School, Erith were also there to remind motorists why they need to stop.
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