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Margaret gets a flowery send-off.

THINGS will not be the same at Finham Park School after today when kitchen stalwart Margaret Berry hangs up her oven glove and apron.

Mrs Berry has worked for Coventry Contract Services for almost 23 years and at Finham, in Green Lane, as a supervisor for 10 years.

But although she has loved the job, Mrs Berry admits she is looking forward to enjoying her retirement following her 65th birthday today.

She said: "I've got a lot of things to do and a lot of things I want to take up. I do lots of things to raise money for charity and I am ready to enjoy my retirement.

"I will miss the company of the ladies in the kitchen because it is going to be quiet at home but I am not going to sit about and be quiet, I have plenty to do."

To mark her retirement, Mrs Berry's two daughters Alison and Lorna are taking her to Ladies' Day at Royal Ascot tomorrow.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jun 16, 1999
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