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Colleagues at Asda Living Glasgow Fort got very patriotic recently. With T in the Park and the Commonwealth Games just round the corner the store was letting customers know about all the great products that were available for the events.
Glasgow Fort Livings Chosen By You Given By Us Board is all ready for customers to start voting for the 3 latest local charities/good causes. During July and August if you're in store you can vote for either Westerhouse Nursery, Garthamlock Family Learning Centre or Brighter East Ends Dramatise group.
St Bridgets Primary School Choir was the lucky winners of Glasgow Fort Livings Chosen By You Given By Us vote at the end of June. In our closest vote yet the choir just beat off Craigend Youth Group and the 84th Glasgow Girls Brigade.
Just 2 of the many children colleague Effie face painted at Bee's Commonwealth Fun Day. Effie was supposed to be there for 2 hours but due to the very long queue she was in demand for 3 hours. Aaron and Iona Hood from Easterhouse were two of the early birds.
Asda Living Glasgow Fort came to the rescue of a local community group this week Bee Glasgow's Dramatise group have been learning about the Commonwealth and were holding a Commonwealth fun day to show off their work. As part of this they had arranged a face painter at very short notice and put out a request for one on face book. Having been on a face painting course through the stores community work, colleague Effie volunteered to go along to the fun day to lend a hand.
Here are some of the pensioners at the Daffodil Club who enjoyed the afternoon tea provided by Asda Living Glasgow Fort. The picture includes Tommy Russel and Joe McLean who served in the Royal Signals and Jack Tron who served with the Royal Navy.
Glasgow Fort Living's Community Life Colleague Christine and Admin Colleague Tracey went along to the Daffodil Club in Easterhouse today to celebrate Armed Forces Day. The club runs 5 days a week to provide lunch and activities for local pensioners. Many of the Daffodil Club's members were in the armed forces. Christine and Tracey took along afternoon tea for the pensioners. The picture shows Madge Merrilees who was a volunteer nurse in Edinburgh standing alongside some of the goodies for their afternoon tea.
This is Jae Murdoch a Primary 7 pupil at Oakwood Primary School in Easterhouse. Jae was the well deserved winner of Asda Living Glasgow Fort's Community prize. For the past 3 years the store has given the prize to a P7 pupil in the school. Good luck at high school Jae. Keep up the great work.