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Winners take the tablets

Doncaster College hosted an event at the Hubs Waterfront Restaurant to celebrate the successful completion of its REaCTOR project.
Presentation to prize winners..left to right..Laura Herbert(FusedWorks)Emma Simpson(Trador Marketing) Matt Diggle (Leeds College of Building) George Trow (Principal and Chief Executive of Doncaster College)

Doncaster College hosted an event at the Hubs Waterfront Restaurant to celebrate the successful completion of its REaCTOR project. Presentation to prize winners..left to right..Laura Herbert(FusedWorks)Emma Simpson(Trador Marketing) Matt Diggle (Leeds College of Building) George Trow (Principal and Chief Executive of Doncaster College)

BOSSES at Doncaster College have dished out awards to people who took part in a high tech project it has run.

The college ran a project called REaCTOR - Renewable, Environmental and Construction Technology Open Resources - to try to encourage more use of computers.

The college also produced a survey to get feedback about the project and a competition, with prizes, was launched for those who took part. Winners Emma Simpson, of Lindholme and Matt Diggle, of Armthorpe, where presented with tablet computers as prizes.

 

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