Rovers Launch Anti-Bullying Campaign
Doncaster Rovers' Tommy Spurr launched Doncaster College's Help
Stop Bullying campaign.
Tommy Spurr and Shaun Lockwood from Doncaster Rovers
launched Doncaster College's ‘Help Stop Bullying’ campaign ahead of
a week of Stay Safe activities for students on Monday 5th December
at its Hub campus in town.
The Arcane presented a voucher reward to Nathan Shaw.
Before the Rovers launched the campaign, local band The Arcane
played live in the student common room in front a large crowd of
fans. They played tracks off their new album, Noises from the
The band had run a competition to find artwork for the CD and
students from the College had been invited to take part.
Nathan Shaw, 18, a BTEC Level 2 Creative Media student, had his
artwork chosen and he was presented with a £50 voucher, as a prize,
from the band before they took to the stage.
Nathan’s design was simple but had the appropriate wow-factor to
win, much to his proud mum’s delight!
More activities took place throughout the week including Bike
Safety, advice from the South Yorkshire Fire Service, Road Safety,
which included a crashed car display, ‘Search and Find’, a police
dog demonstration and much more.