Tameside MBC arranged a competition to name their new multi-purpose Multihog machine.
The much publicised event took place on Ashton Market Ground on 11th August 2015, with Ivor Goodsite on hand to give out goody bags and talk about site safety.
Over 80 entries were received and the winning entry was from Haider Ali Javaid from Waterloo Primary School.
He called the Multihog ‘BUMBLEBEE’ because it’s yellow and black like a bumblebee and makes a humming sound.
On 22nd October 2015 management from the site attend Haider’s school and, in the presence of his mother and sister, Haider was presented with a small gift.
The whole year group along with Ivor, were allowed to look in and around Bumblebee.
A road safety talk was also given which was well received.
Entry submitted by Tameside Borough Council
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