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Schools tempted with prizes money cannot buy

BT IS offering schools the chance to win prizes which money could not buy as part of a major scheme to extend the coverage of superfast fibre broadband.

The two experiences up for grabs are a trip to the top of BT Tower for up to 30 children or a school visit from Paralympic gold medal-winner Jonnie Peacock MBE.

Winners of the BT Tower prize will get the chance to meet TV presenter Jake Humphrey – who used to presented the BBC’s Formula One coverage and is now the main presenter of BT Sport football coverage – when visiting the revolving floor at the top of the iconic building and get a bird’s eye view of London.

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