It’s been a busy week at Tesco Dedworth, with lots of charities visiting and sharing their stories, helping customers understand their mission while raising a few pounds… with a number of colleagues getting into the Christmas spirit by wearing their seasonal jumpers… happy holidays.
Sat 17th – Windsor & Eton Rotary Club shared the work they do in the local community and further afield. And we delivered a Christmas hamper of goodies for the local Fire Station on Tinker’s Lane.
Sun 18th – Windsor & Eton Sea Cadets were in helping with bagging up shopping.
Mon 19th – The Autism Group shared their work in the community, supporting and enhancing the lives of young people on the spectrum, their parents and carers.
Wed 21st – The Royal Harmonics Choir popped in to sing a few songs Wednesday evening…
Thurs 22nd – We had HealthWatch visit in the morning…
And The Thames Hospice looking for volunteers in the afternoon…
Fri 23rd – Lila, one of the Windsor Horse Rangers share a story with Kevin and other customers about Christmas dinner for a horse for only £5… Kevin bought trough for 4 😉
Sat 24th – Santa was sharing good cheer, Bayley’s and mince pies, while raising a few pounds for Tesco’s charities 2022 in memory of colleagues & friends that have left us.
In other news…
The Christmas Toy Appeal went really well with 12 trolleys filled with items for young children and teenagers… thank you.
Only a few places left for our first coffee morning on the 6th January, plenty of room for the others… thank you.