How have you all been this week? Did you enjoy any time off? I love the easter holidays, two whole weeks away from school, and I get to spend some time with my mum 🙂 But enough about me (for now) Lets have a look at what I have got for you this week…
I had fun writing my last photo blog and I think it was a great way of showing what Fred got up to, so I have decided to bring you another one. Meet George and Andy and see what they get up to during their day…
One of the first jobs George and Andy have is to unlock the gates of the car park ready for people to be able to start using them, you wouldn’t believe just how many gates there was to unlock in ONE car park!!
For the next job Andy walks all the levels of the car park from the top to the bottom, but he doesn’t do this to keep fit, he litter picks all the rubbish laying about on each level and makes sure each of the bins are emptied. Whilst Andy is doing this, George goes off and unlocks public toilets ready for the daily shoppers.
The car park is unlocked and ready for use, with people already starting to come in and park by this point. But that won’t stop this dynamic duo from carrying on cleaning, next on Georges to do list is to get the lift sparkling clean, and let me tell you, when he was finished I could see my reflection on the sides of the lifts and not just the mirror. George is busy lift cleaning, but what is Andy getting up to? He has got out his mop and headed over to the stairwells to give them a good scrub!
These boys are a pair of busy bees, and I only spent the morning with them. Up next the brooms and mops come out the van ready to clean the blue floor on the bottom level, and the bridge that lets the shoppers see the shops!!
We then had a trip over to the town hall car park where George and Andy got out there litter pickers and made sure the car park was free from litter.
This was the last job that I spent with them but was by no means the end of their day, there is more than just one car park to clean!!
I hope you liked my blog.
Enjoy your evening.