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Raising money for Cash For Kids at the Kirkton community festival, the tombola was very successful raising much needed cash for local children. It was a fantastic day and everyone enjoyed the community spirit.
Dundee Lord Provost Bob Duncan supporting our local community festival in Kirkton, and also complimenting our store on all the good work we do in the community, we are seen here raising money for Cash For Kids along with customer Pat Wilson lending a hand.
Children from Downfield Primary School plus sports leaders from KIKO enjoying the quiz on how bread is made and the various types from around the world. The children were very knowledgable and as a result each were rewarded with a prize at the end of the lesson.
A big farewell to colleague Graeme Miller who is leaving after 12 years in our store, we will all miss him. From the left colleagues Tracey, Corinne, Tina, Kate, Wendy and Bev. Good luck Graeme from us all!
MP Jim McGovern holding one of his frequent surgeries in our store. Jim is very popular with our colleagues and customers as he genuinely try's to resolve any problems and queries as quickly as possible.
Enjoying a day out with kids and sports leaders from Kirkton Community Centre, that's me with the sun glasses on ,cheering on my team who had just won the first couple of games.
Our GSM Sarah, second from the right, presenting our Chosen by you, Given by us cheque to The Attic project. The Attic work with young people in the area and also run clubs for mothers and toddlers. Sarah is also going to help refresh a large mural which is situated along a wall behind our store and also help to fund the cost of the paint if needed.
Kids' Fun Fridays crafting session was a huge success. In the photo is colleague Danielle and colleague Kim's daughter, Sophie, making a giraffe mosaic and giving mum some me time!