82-year-old granny Pauline Bridge gets up at 5am daily to deliver newspapers on her bicycle; she’s quite the contrast to bicycling pensioner and funeral crasher Theresa Doyle
In September 2017, we featured a pitiful pensioner exposed for bicycling to funerals and their subsequent wakes with Tupperware boxes to raid buffet tables. At the time, Theresa Doyle’s atrocious antics were quite rightly slammed as “shameless,” but today we can share the story of an all-together better granny on a bike.
Lauded as “Super Gran” in The Sun this morning, grandma of six Pauline Bridge gets up at 5am six days per week to deliver newspapers on her bicycle.
Pauline Bridge, 82, took over the round, which encompasses 32 houses in Southampton, Hampshire from her grandchildren ten years ago and reckons to have covered around 5,000 miles on her 40-year-old bicycle.
Cheerfully, of why she does it, this spirited lady stated she aims to carry on until she turns 90 and remarked:
“I love it and I find it keeps me fit. I start at half six and it’s about a mile and a half. I deliver to 32 houses. I cycle every day, I always cycle.”
Of her, one of her granddaughters, Megan, 17, added:
“She gets up so early every day, Monday to Saturday without fail, in all weather conditions.”
“We can’t believe what she is still achieving and she puts us youngsters to shame. She is an amazing mum and grandma – and we are all very proud of her.”
There’s hope for all us oldies yet! Pauline is a glorious gem whilst Theresa is just dreadful.
Funeral crashing is one of the nastiest things to do ever. Upsetting grieving friends and relatives with lies. Theresa Doyle should be banned from all such gatherings along with the awful David Pun, Eva Harold, Marie-Claire von Alvensleben, Sandra Shevey, Dennis Doble, etc.
What a Sheila!!!!!!!!!!!! Pauline’s grand kiddies are rightly proud!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Theresa though needs birching!!!!!!!!!!! But I don’t want her over my knee, so do not send Down Under!!!!!!!!!!! No pwoah from me today!!!!!!!!!!!
What a legend, I used to be a paperboy back in the day. I was a bit younger than her though. I know what it was like at 6am in snow and all weather back then.
Good on her.