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Welcome to Asda Bromborough and England's first Community Supermarket Museum. For two weeks Bromborough store has agreed to host local Big Heritage's mini museum promoting and inviting our customers to join this year's community dig taking place less than a mile from the store. All ages welcome.
Wirral Council Road Safety Officers were in Asda Bromborough to talk to colleagues about alcohol awareness and road safety. Many colleagues tested their brake speed reaction time with the aid of a simulator and wore beer goggles to see what it is like to try and complete simple task. It was a great success.
Sports Leaders with Asda Bromborough saw around 70 primary school children from three local schools participating at Wirral Grammar School for girls where 20 Sports Leaders lead a super rounder's events. Asda happily provided refreshment and support and litter picked at the end of the event to ensure the field was keep clean and clear. Poulton Lancelyn Primary School were this year's mini tournament winners.
Merseyside Fire and Rescue brought road safety to Asda Bronborough with their fire engine for children to explore and crash vehicle to emphasise the importance of road safety to our adult customers.
Over the two weeks surrounding Father's Day at Asda Bromborough we made it our mission to raise awareness about male cancers through Orchid information literature to our thousands of customers. It has been well received.
Asda Bromborough and the Wirral Women and Children's Aid would like to say a huge Thank You to our customers for making our first Easter Egg Drop such a huge success. Nearly 200 Easter eggs were donated to the nominated charity making this year's Easter very special.
Here is our Selling Champion Pat Rowan dressed as the beautiful Snow White (with dwarves in tow) in order to promote our World Book Day selection. On Wednesday, Community Life Champion Tanya Bailey and GSM Gary Bruce visited Poulton Lancelyn Primary School to read a selection of books for the children, which was very well received! The children said their favourite book was 'Mile High Apple Pie', but they were very enthusiastic about World Book Day in general.
Here at Asda Bromborough, our colleagues have been asked to "Ramp Up the Red" through February in aid of the British Heart Foundation. February is Heart Month and we are proud to be a part of Asda's new partnership with the British Heart Foundation. Here is CLC Tanya with her groovy red afro, heart-themed face paint, British Heart Found balloons, sash, and collection bucket.