Rovers Launch Anti-Bullying Campaign

Doncaster Rovers' Tommy Spurr launched Doncaster College's Help Stop 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

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 Attic.

 

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.

 

Updated: 12/12/2011

 

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