Beryl is given the VIP treatment as she retires from school after nearly three decades
PUBLISHED: 11:35 15 December 2014 | UPDATED: 11:56 15 December 2014
School cleaner Beryl Grief was given VIP front row seats at the recent nativity performance as part of her retirement celebrations.
Mrs Grief, who lives in March with her husband Eric, was guest of honour at the show at Burrowmoor School where she was also presented with gifts and cards.
She was cleaner at the March school for 27 years and was presented with a gold watch and silver and diamond necklace was well as a bouquet of flowers.
Mrs Grief was accompanied by her daughter Linda for the special celebrations.
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