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We had a great time attending Downfield Primary Schools mini Commonwealth Games, the children were delightful and it was a joy to see them parading different flags from various countries .
We recently provided fruit and mini pizza tasting at Downfield Primary School. Our next session will be tasting breads from around the world.
Our community held a Kirkton street festival together with local Police, Fire Service, Community Wardens, Air Force information stand, and our Asda healthy living stand. The event was tremendously successful, and the kids loved the badges, fruit and 'energy in energy' out information leaflets, leaving me with an empty table which was great! There was football, bike skills, bike safety marking etc. It was such a success that it will now be a regular event.
The children from Mill o Mains Primary School together with head teacher Mrs Snee were absolutely delighted to be our latest winners as they wanted to buy new playground equipment. They would like to thank all the customers who used their tokens to vote for them. Dundee Woman's Aid, and Baldragon Academy were our runners up and they were equally delighted.
The Welfare Reform Connect Team from Dundee City Council in store informing customers and colleagues on the changes to bedroom tax, universal credit, income support, employment support and child tax credits. From the left Jane Dyer, Michael Gibson, and Pammie Bennett.
Asda Active event from left Laurene Edgar, Sport coach Alan, Community Life Champion Mary, and sports coach Marco enjoying a wee seat in the sunshine before the games commence.
We had an absolutely fantastic time at our Asda Active event, the sun shone all day and the kids had lots of fun, we ended the games with a BBQ which went down a treat, big thanks to Laurene and all the sports coaches who made it such a brilliant success . Laurene and myself are in the front row.
Children from Downfield Primary School enjoying the herb planting event. They all had a great time describing the different smells and textures of the plants which, I am told, will be having pride of place in the classroom where they will be watching them grow.