BUDDING poets are in with a chance of winning tickets to see the Millers in action this month.
As part of a major fire safety initiative warning children of the dangers of fireworks, South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue have teamed up with Rotherham United to offer free executive entry to a youngster and their family or friends for the Millers' home game against Aldershot Town on October 31.
To enter, primary schoolchildren aged five to 11 must submit a poem about how to stay safe on Bonfire Night.
The winner will receive eight tickets to the match, including at least one adult, plus a three course meal, stadium tour, tannoy announcement and a gift presentation by the man of the match.
The winning poem will also be printed in the matchday programme.
To enter, send your entry to Corporate Communications, South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue, 197 Eyre Street, Sheffield, S1 3FG. The closing date for entries is Monday, October 25.
All entries should be clearly marked with name, age, address and contact telephone number.
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