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Local children from West Boldon Primary visited the Boldon Store to learn about the fresh fish and meat counters. The colleagues from the counters talked to the kids and helped make the morning a fun lesson.
Asda Boldon has been visiting local schools and keeping local traditions alive by teaching local children how to make real North East stotties. The store bakers, Steve Rodgerson and Tracey Tough, went along to Bibdick Hall Primary to show the kids how stotties are made. The event was a great success and the store will now be doing the same thing with other schools in the area.
Asda Boldon attended one of the local Kwik Cricket tournaments held every year for schools in the local area. Community life champion Tracey Tough took along lots of fresh fruit and drinks for the kids.
Boldon GSM Lindsay Goldbrough visits local school to present four winners of the store George competition with their prizes.
Colleagues from Asda Boldon went down to help get the New Grace House clean getting ready for it's grand open day as Tracey Tough community life can be seen doing. The store also help with fundraising in store. Grace Children's Hospice will provide practical and emotional support to families facing the pain of losing their precious child. This support known as palliative care includes tailored nursing care for each child, respite care, family support, emergency support, therapies, specialist end-of-life care and bereavement support.
In memory of Miley Asda Boldon Store is one of the supporters, we are helping to fun raise and hold awareness events, we have lots of different activies planned for the future. Miley Turbitt was a 13-week-old baby from South Shields who died after a heart was unable to be found for her. Miley suffered from hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and had been at the top of the European Heart Transplant List. There is currently 38,150 people residing in South Tyneside on the organ donation register - the couple are hoping to boost this number by at least 1,000 by the end of the campaign. They are also hoping to raise £1,000 for the PICU unit which cared for Miley by asking people to host and take part in a sponsored Mile for Miley walk. The reason why the family have chosen to raise funds in Miley's name for the PICU unit is they rely heavily on donations. She also feels they don't get enough credit for what they do and the support they give to families.
Wareen the Bunny went along to Bibdick Hall Primary School to add a bit of Fun to the annual Easter Assembly.
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