The Sainsbury’s Veterans Association has two Joint Presidents and a Chair appointed by the Company and is managed by a Veterans Association Committee.
The Veterans Office at the Sainsbury’s Administration Centre in Manchester support the Committee and administer the Veterans Association.
Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover KG
Ian Fidler, Chair of Veterans Association
Rob Connelly, Deputy Chair
David Dahms, Regional Chair South
Vacant, Regional Chair Central
Vacant, Regional Chair North
Ginny Key, Secretary
- To set the Veterans Association Budget
- To review all veterans activities and manage the day to day functions
- To oversee the operation of Visitors Scheme, Regional Centres and Local Associations
Veterans are invited to raise any issues, where they feel the committee may be of assistance. This can be done directly through their Local Association or Visitor or with the Veterans Support Officer at Manchester on 0161 245 8105
Local Associations and Regional Centres
The Veteran’s Association is geographically split into ‘Local Associations’ who provide social activities for Veterans and Sainsbury’s retired colleagues in their area. Activities include:
• Monthly gatherings
• Days Out (Places of interest/seaside etc)
• Weekend Breaks
• Golf Societies
• Quiz Nights
For more information on your local association go to ‘Regions’ and click on the link for your nearest region.
If your area is not currently covered by a local association, please contact the Regional Chairs or Manchester Veterans Office via ‘Contact us’.
The Veterans Association runs a Visitors Scheme.
The aim of the Veterans Visitor is to keep a friendly, informal, personal contact with Veterans of the Company.
To make sure that the Veterans Support Office or Local Association is informed as soon as possible should a Veteran find themselves in need of help or assistance.
For more information about the Sainsburys Veterans Visitors Scheme, ie if you would like to become a Visitor or would like a visit please contact the Manchester Veterans Office via ‘Contact us’.