T-time competition takes off

Tasty surprise: Rear (l-r) CSgt Pete Wooldridge, Lt Phillip Morgan, Lt Paul Fegan. Front (l-r) Jennifer Steel, the winner Rosie Ryves-Webb, Fiona Harwood-Smith from Yellow Buses, and Akeshia Clarke

Tasty surprise: Rear (l-r) CSgt Pete Wooldridge, Lt Phillip Morgan, Lt Paul Fegan. Front (l-r) Jennifer Steel, the winner Rosie Ryves-Webb, Fiona Harwood-Smith from Yellow Buses, and Akeshia Clarke

BOURNEMOUTH Borough Council staff working at the Air Festival were feasting on tasty treats after one of them won a Yellow Buses competition.
Rosie Ryves-Webb entered the bus company’s T-time draw and had doughnuts, cookies and tea delivered to the Air Festival social media and PR team on the promenade.
Members of the armed forces working at the air show were on hand to help Rosie and colleagues consume the prizes.
To enter the T-time competition you have to travel by bus and simply respond on Facebook or send an email.
Rosie, a waste and recycling communications officer at the council, said: “I usually work at the Southcote Road depot, but for the air festival I was based on the promenade.
“Despite the busy roads my prizes were delivered to my desk – and they didn’t last very long.”
Previous winners include Bournemouth’s Homebase store, funeral directors Miller Bros & F P Butler Ltd, LV=, Bournemouth’s Headlands Hotel and Primark in Bournemouth.