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Sunnyside primary school were the lucky winners of Asda Living Glasgows CBYGBU vote for March/April. The school will be receiving their £200 cheque soon. The runners up receiving £50 each are The 84th Glasgow Girls Brigade and Oakwood Primary School.
Buchlyvie Nursery School in Easterhouse were the lucky winners of Asda Living Glasgows CBYGBU vote for January/February. Community Life Champion Christine went along to the nursery to present them with their £200 cheque. Collecting the cheque were Jodie, Darcy, Taylor and Jodie's mum Lesley. The runners up were Craigend Youth Group and Greenfield Brain Injury unit who each received £50.
Daria from St Benedicts Primary was the lucky runner up of her primary 1 class WBD competition from Asda Living Glasgow Fort. Daria picked her prize from the selection of books and Easter Eggs community life champion Christine took along to her school. The winner wasn't there on the day to choose her prize but Daria helped to choose one for her.
Here are the lucky winners of World Book Day Competition from Oakwood Primary school in Easterhouse. Community Life Champion Christine from Asda Living Glasgow visited 3 classes in this school and there was a first and second prize in each class. Christine took a selection of books and Easter Eggs along to the school to let the lucky winners choose their prize for designing a dinosaur.
Cadie and Jai were the lucky winners of Asda Living Glasgow Forts World Book Day Competition in their class. The children from Avenue End Primary School were to design their own dinosaur and give it a name. The Primary 2 pair loved coming into the store to pick their prize of a book and an Easter Egg.
Asda Living Glasgow Fort said goodbye to their Store Manager this Month. Steven was with the store for 7 years and will be missed. The picture shows Steven being presented with some gifts from colleagues Helen and Elaine.
Glasgow fort Livings Community Life Champion, Christine was out and about at 3 local schools for World Book Day in March. Christine read to 5 classes from the book, The Dinosaur who pooped the Past'. She also took along a selection of books to show the children what books they could get with their WBD tokens.
Glasgow winter night shelter was the lucky winner of Glasgow Fort Livings CBYGBU vote for November/December. Headed up by Glasgow City Mission the shelter provides food and shelter for Glasgows homeless over the worst winter months. Grant Mitchell from the night shelter came along to the store to collect the cheque from Community Life Champion Christine and told her that thanks to the help they've received this winter they've been able to buy 25 more sleeping bags.