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Cathy Brady was the lucky winner of Glasgow Fort Living's 'guess the name of the seal' competition. The competition was part of the store's fundraising efforts for Asda's Tickled Pink charity. During October the store's generous customers and colleagues raised an amazing £1,000. This brings the total for the year to just short of £3,000. A big thank you to all who donated.
Asda Living Glasgow Forts long serving colleagues celebrated with all of the other retailers at the Glasgow Fort this week when the park celebrated 10 years of business. A great evening of celebration was topped of for the Asda Colleagues when they were awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award for the work they have done in the local Community and the money raised for local charities.
Some of the children from St Benedicts Primary School in Easterhouse trying the bread that Glasgow Fort Livings Community Life Champion took along during their Health Week.
Glasgow Fort Livings Community Life Champion Christine was out at a local school this week. St Benedict's Primary School in Easterhouse had their Health Week and Christine went to talk to two classes about bread. The picture shows some of the children with a selection of the bread Christine took along for them to taste. After the school holiday Christine is going back to make bread with the classes.
Westerhouse Nursery and Family Centre were the lucky winners of Glasgow Fort Living's latest Chosen by You, Given by Us vote. The Nursery were the first winners to receive the increased amount of £200. The picture shows Community Life Champion Christine handing over the cheque to Team Leader Joan Lynch.
Glasgow Fort Livings Store Manager, Steven Holgan was delighted today to hand over a cheque today to Marie Curie. The store colleagues lead by Helen Campbell (also pictured) had raised the money in August through various events. Can collections, a cake 'n' candy stall and a 10k run all helped the store raise the £823.80 for the local Hospice.
Glasgow Fort Living colleagues were busy in September raising money for the local Marie Curie Hospice. As well as events in store, some colleagues and their families took part in Marie Curies Walk Ten. They had a great time and all together the store colleagues raised more than £800.
Asda Living Glasgow Forts Chosen by you, Given by us board is ready for the next round of voting. If you're in the store you can support one of the three local charities by popping a green token in the box. The three charities are the 63rd Glasgow Girls Brigade based in Can Hill. The Happy Club based in Barlanark and St Rose of Lima Parent Council based in Craigend.