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Chris Moyles Doncaster Bound

Press Release from the Stadium Management Company.



CHRIS MOYLES COMES TO THE KEEPMOAT

RADIO 1 BREAKFAST SHOW TO BE BROADCAST

LIVE FROM DONCASTER`S KEEPMOAT STADIUM



30 Jan 07

Radio 1`s breakfast show, which draws an average audience of 6.9 million listeners, is to be broadcast live from the Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster on Friday 9th February 2007, 7am - 10am.

The Chris Moyles Show, featuring the 'main man` himself, along with the rest of the team, will be in town as part of 'Radio 1 Presents...Kaiser Chiefs'.

Commenting on the decision to base the show at the Keepmoat Stadium, Commercial Director, Jeremy Milnes said:

This is great news for the whole town and we`re really looking forward to welcoming Chris and the team.

"Already the Keepmoat Stadium`s been a huge success with excellent attendances at Rovers, Lakers and Belles games and many, many tickets being handed out free to local kids and community organisations for each game."

This major event, not only shows the reputation the team here have already built-up through their hard work, but will keep us and the town in the national spotlight. We know Chris is looking forward to seeing the stadium for himself and I`m sure he`ll also be excited to get out on the pitch and show why he should be snapped-up by his beloved Leeds!"

Ends.



30 January 2007



Notes to Editors

The Stadium Management Company

The Stadium Management Company operates as a stand-alone company and promotes the 32million development and its facilities. The Keepmoat Stadium, is home to Doncaster`s main sporting organisations: Doncaster Rovers FC, Doncaster Lakers Rugby League, Doncaster Rovers Belles FC and Doncaster Athletic Club. In addition to the 15,000 all-seater ground, the Keepmoat Stadium includes:

* A 350 seat restaurant and 16 executive boxes

* Plans for a health and fitness club and martial arts centre

* Two external full-size floodlit grass pitches

* Eight floodlit all-weather five a side pitches

* Three floodlit all-weather seven-a-side pitches (which open to a full-size pitch)

* Car parks for 1,000 cars

* The Lakeside suite and match-day supporters bar

* 500-seater mini-stand and six-lane running track

* Outdoor amphitheatre for concerts and plays

Keepmoat plc

Based in Doncaster, Keepmoat plc is one of the UK`s leading regeneration and social housing specialists and operates across Northern England and the Midlands, employing over 3,000 people. The company, and its three delivery brands Frank Haslam Milan, Bramall Construction and Haslam Homes, leads the industry with a delivery record that sees it transform over 34,000 homes each year, positively affecting the lives of over 100,000 residents.It is deeply involved with the communities in which it works, creating and supporting projects both large and small. These range from helping the work of established local community projects to delivering safety talks to over 10,500 children.




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Date:Wednesday January 31 2007

Time: 7:54PM

Your Comments

He wasn't too chuffed that Leeds had hit the bottom of the championship earlier this week (even though they'd just won!) so I wonder if he'll cope with the thought of us swapping divisions in the summer.
ROversNaith
yet more good publicity for the club things certainly are looking good at the moment.
dazza71
 

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