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Christmas Jumper Day sees Alan and Bernadette getting customers to have a go at guessing how many elves in the picture with the chance to win the Extra Special Hamper.
Bridget wanted to raise money for St Gluvias Church by holding a stall at their church bazaar an got colleagues to donate tinned goods and craft items for her to sell. Bernadette donated some items from the store and joined Bridget on the day at the Temperance Hall. Bridget raised £116 that morning and was so pleased to help the parish in Penryn.
Bernadette joined the Save the Children team in store and made Christmas cards with children while their parents had a go at winning a hamper.
Students from Humphrey Davey School in Penzance show off their range of products at ASDA Penryn. They also took the opportunity to poll the customers regarding which of their products they liked and why to help them decide which to order more of for the Trade Fair in Truro in December. GSM Alex and CLC Bernadette will be part of the judging panel at the fair and were impressed by what they have soon so far. The students felt the experience at ASDA boosted their confidence and they are looking forward to the trade fair
Coastguard Association Falmouth Branch spent the day in store fundraising and raising awareness of their vital role around our coast and inland waterways. They also collected a £200 cheque from Asda Foundation. The association raises money to help local coastguards in time of need but also donates to other local good causes. They hope to buy a defibrillator to site a local beach.
Members of Penryn branch of the Royal British Legion welcome the Bike branch to their town at the launch of the Poppy Appeal in Cornwall. Poppies will be on sale at Asda Penryn until Saturday 8th November.
The Poppy Appeal was launched in style in Cornwall last week. The Royal British Legion Bike Branch made a tour of the county in convoy with their giant poppy trailer visiting every town with a British Legion Branch. Penryn store were lucky enough to receive a visit and guess who hitched a ride to the end of the car park to wave them off...?
Keystage 2 Class at Cury Primary C of E Primary School show off the bread in a bag they made with CLC Bernadette. The children had a busy morning of activities, learning about bread and also about how to avoid food waste knowing your portions; Are your eyes bigger than your belly? Keystage 1 enjoyed a visit the day before tasting new fruit and veg and learning about the seasons and seasonality of food