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Vote for your favourite ad as local kids show their talent

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There is no getting away from it, advertising plays a huge part in all our lives - whether we like it or not.

But do we really understand how it works?

In an effort to explain why we need to advertise, Worksop Guardian’s Lisa Williams and Caroline Eden visited six local schools in an effort to educate some of the pupils.

“Learning all about the media is so important nowadays that it is part of the curriculum,” said display manager Lisa.

“So we thought the the best way to educate local pupils was to go into school with a hands on presentations.”

The schools involved in the project were Langold Dyscarr, St Augustines Primary School, St Johns CofE Primary, Norbridge Academy, Ryton Park Primary and Ramsden Primary.

“This involved newspapers, TV, Radio and the internet among others,” said Lisa.

“And we explained to them why we need to advertise, why our television programmes are interrupted and why there are bill boards and slogans.”

See this week’s Guardian for your favourite advert and vote by text or by post. You will find the text number for each entry at the bottom of each of the ads.

Prizes include:

Family day pass to Fantasy Island Ingoldmells

Family day pass to Pleasure island theme park Cleethorpes

Selection of Easter Eggs from Sainsburys

Family ticket to Butterfly house North anston

Various Prizes from Wilkinsons

Vouchers from Tesco Supermarket

Meals from McDonald’s plus many many more.

Fill out the voucher slip and send your entries to Caroline Eden Worksop Guardian 21-27 Ryton Street Worksop or text vote as below.

Closing dates is Friday 11th April

Text code WGU KGT followed by the number of teh advert to 61500.

 
 
 

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