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Sainsbury's Journal July 2014

At a glance Blooming of you said you wanted a nice meal for Valentine’s Day, and 18% of you wanted flowers. 10 Journal NORTH BLACKHALL 56% of you said your New Year’s resolution in January was to do more exercise. How are you all doing? 24% 67% of you said your favourite pancake toppings were lemon juice and sugar. 43% HAXBY The great fundraising work of customers and colleagues at Haxby has helped to raise more than £1,000 for the store’s Local Charity, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. Collection boxes at the tills and selling toy dogs instore helped raise vital funds to help the charity train their dogs. A few more tasty snippets from across our regions... of those who voted, said they’d rather put a burger on the summer BBQ, and 32% of you would prefer a good old banger. lovely News and pictures from around the regions MYSAINSBURY’S RECENT POLLS IN NUMBERS Elderly residents at Edinburgh’s Silverlea Care Home look forward to visits from Blackhall colleagues. The team has been regularly donating unsold flowers to brighten up the rooms for the people who live there. “The flowers are always appreciated, no matter how big or small the donation,” said Angela Paton. “It’s nice for the residents to know we’re thinking of them.” ZONE 5 Your news SOUTH WATCHMOOR PARK ZONE 2 Pedal power Scott Parker and Ben Munden really did go the extra mile to raise charity cash. In fact they went all the way to Paris – by bike! The intrepid duo cycled from London to Paris in a five-day, four-night journey to raise money for Local Charity, Sandhurst Riding for the Disabled. Both of them reckoned that the stunning views and sense of achievement made up for the 5am starts! The gruelling 300-mile trip saw them raise an impressive £3,000, bringing the grand total raised for the charity over the year to an amazing £16,200. “I’m incredibly proud of the contribution colleagues and customers are making to our Local Charity this year. Well done Scott and Ben!” said Mark Hedley. 1 2 3 4 5


Sainsbury's Journal July 2014
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