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5 November 2014

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Left to right: Winner Hannah Simpson; Centurion Europe H&S Advisor, James Parr; Donny Dog and Deputy Headmistress at Kingfisher Primary School, Alison Parsons.

A pupil from Kingfisher Primary School received a surprise visit from Doncaster Rovers mascot Donny Dog when she won tickets to the Big Bang Bonfire Night spectacular in a competition held by Rovers’ sponsors, Centurion Europe.

Centurion Europe’s specialist safety sign division, Spectrum Industrial, had visited the school to give a talk on safety signs for fireworks night and launch the competition.

The competition, to design a safety sign to be produced by Centurion Europe and displayed at the event on Wednesday night, was won by class 13 pupil, Hannah Simpson, aged 10 who was presented with her prize tickets by Donny Dog.

James Parr, H & S Advisor at Centurion Europe said, ‘We had a great response to the competition with some outstanding entries. It was a tough decision but we decided that Hannah’s design was not only bright and eye-catching but also had a very strong safety message too – well done!’

The Big Bang kicks off at 4.30 pm at the Keepmoat Stadium on Wednesday 5th November with a children’s firework display at 6.25 pm and the main display at 8.45 pm.

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