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Spireites Supporter Wins Anti-Racism Art Award

14 May 2015

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Chesterfield supporter Molly Kime has won the national Show Racism the Red Card School Competition, and was invited to attend an awards ceremony at Liverpool's Anfield stadum.

Molly and her parents, along with citizenship teacher Sue Allen, attended the prestigious awards ceremony at Anfield, where Molly won the award in the year 7-9 art work section. Molly was awarded her prize by Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler and Liverpool's first black player Howard Gayle.

Tibshelf Community School student Molly took part in the school's citizenship programme, which explores race and equality and British values.

Students examined the resources in Show Racism the Red Card anti-racism education pack, which can be viewed at, and Molly's 3D art work was judged to be so outstanding that it was entered for the national competition.

Molly's art work was framed and she won an England football shirt and football as well as a shirt from a team of her choice, which was of course Chesterfield. 

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