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Colleagues and Managers of ASDA Chatham along with Trevor Clarke our local Councillor for the Horsted Ward carried out a Litter Pick at the Woodland at the back of the Store. Thirty Two sacks of rubbish was collected. Many of our customers use the woodland paths to cut through to residential areas so we were really pleased to get the area looking 'green' again.
ASDA Chatham was pleased to have the C.Company of the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment Territorial Army come in to the Store with an awareness stand all about the Territorial Army. Pictured here is Kaye our Checkout Manager at ASDA Chatham.
The Medway Foodbank held a collection at ASDA Chatham Store and collected 597.7 Kilos of food from donations from customers of Asda Chatham. Thank you to all ASDA Chatham customers for your generous donations. Medway Foodbank has so far distributed 35,626 kilos of food to families in need across Medway.
Kids Fun Friday's at Asda Chatham have been very popular with a new activity every week for four Fridays. The next 'Fun Friday' offers Free Face painting in the store on Friday 16th August.
Debbie CLC from Asda Chatham went along to the Luton & Wayfield Community Summer Fun Day in Chatham and set up a stand to let the local community know about Asda's Community Life programme. We also set up a Hook the Duck game where all the money raised will be donated to local secondary schools Walderslade Girls and Greenacre to go towards buying a defibrillator to be kept on site for students if needed in an emergency.
Audrey Featherstone colleague at ASDA Chatham was delighted to donate hand knitted baby items to Staff Nurse at the Oliver Fisher Intensive Care Neonatal Baby Unit at Medway Maritime Hospital. Audrey has been busy knitting the items for premature babies at the unit in her spare time. The baby unit helps save the lives of babies from all over Medway, north and west Kent and as far as London and Essex.
Thank you to all customers and colleagues at Asda Chatham who helped in our fundraising to provide the Oliver Fisher Baby Unit Nurses rest room with new equipment. We were able to buy from the fundraising a new microwave, crockery and cutlery for the 80 nurses that use the rest room. The rest room has not been updated since 1999. The team helps to save the lives of babies from all over Medway, north and west Kent and as far as London and Essex.
We welcomed the SERV Charity (Service By Emergency Rider Volunteers) in to the Store who serve the Kent area in collecting and delivering emergency blood supplies to hospitals and the Kent Air Ambulance out of hours. All motorcycle riders are volunteers. A Big Thank you to all our customers at Asda Chatham who donated to the Charity on Saturday when £ 720 was collected.