THEY may be scary on the rugby pitch but the Scarlets are urging us all to be nice guys this Halloween and Bonfire night.
They are supporting Carmarthenshire’s Community Safety Partnership’s ‘Be a Nice Guy’ initiative– part of the all-Wales Operation Bang.
Scarlets star Dafydd Jones said: “We are happy to lend our support to this campaign and we’d urge the youngsters to have a great time but most importantly to make sure they stay safe.
“We totally support what the partnership is doing to highlight the importance of playing safe at Halloween and Bonfire Night, while these big events are great fun, it is important everyone enjoys without causing any danger to themselves or others.”
The Community Safety Partnership has six pairs of tickets to give away to see the Scarlets V Leeds Carnegie at 12noon on Saturday, November 6 at Parc Y Scarlets. Just answer the following question:
What is the legal age to buy fireworks?
Send your answers on a postcard (or back of an envelope) together with your name, address, postcode and daytime telephone number to:
Be a Nice Guy Competition, Carmarthenshire County Council, Communications Section, County Hall, Carmarthen SA31 1JP
Closing date for entries is Monday, November 1.
Rules: Prizes are as stated and no alternatives, cash or otherwise are available. The winners will be the first six correct entries drawn at random after the closing date. Winners will be notified by telephone.
CAPTION: Pictured from left are Scarlets star Dafydd Jones, Viv Jones from trading standards, community safety Sergeant David Gaskins, executive board member for community safety Councillor Pam Palmer, communications officer Diane Phillips, anti-social behaviour co-ordinator Michelle Langshaw and Scarlets commercial director Rupert Moon.
Picture: Jeff Connell.