School wins £50 book token in 'Don't smoke and drive' campaign
Hawthorn Tree Community Children's Centre, Fishtoft, is the first winner of a £50 book token in Boston Borough Council's 'don't smoke and drive' car window sticker campaign.
Participating schools are entered into a monthly draw for a book token, with 12 £50 prizes to be won between now and the end of March next year.
Thirty-six schools and nurseries are taking part in the project, which could also see drivers pocketing a £10 shopping voucher if their car is spotted displaying a sticker.
There are 52 chances to win a £10 shopping voucher just by putting a sticker in the window of your car.
The weekly winners will be announced every Wednesday on the Boston Borough Council website, Twitter and Facebook pages, and also in the Boston Target. Winning schools will be contacted direct.
Window stickers are available from Boston Borough Council in West Street, the Boston Target office in Wide Bargate and the Geoff Moulder Leisure Complex.
If your number plate is a winner, all you need to do to claim your shopping voucher is to bring your registration document to the council offices during normal opening hours.
- Prizes not claimed after four weeks will be donated to charity.
Week one winner of the £10 shopping voucher went to Jen Durrant and daughter Ruby Durrant, age 8, (pictured below) of Hawthorn Tree Primary School. Jen's car was spotted displaying the 'Don't smoke and drive' sticker in Geoff Moulder Leisure Centres car park.