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The 84th Glasgow Girls Brigade were one of the runners up of the latest CBYGBU vote at the Fort. This picture shows the girls and officers of the company wishing another officer well after an operation.
CLC Christine Keenan went along to Oakwood Primary School in Easterhouse this week for the Schools Prize Giving. The store award a prize each year for the P7 pupil who has contributed the most to the school community throughout the year. This year's winner was Emma Harley who luckily managed along to the awards even though she has just gone through a huge operation. Well done Emma!
CLC & Store Manager, Dean Taylor visited Oakwood Primary School in Easterhouse at the beginning of the Month to hand over their runners up cheque of £50 from the latest CBYGBU vote.
Store Manager of Glasgow Fort Living, Dean Taylor, went along to Sunnyside primary in Craigend this Morning to present them with their £200 cheque for Winning the latest CBYGBU vote. The headmistress was delighted to accept the cheque which will be used to buy outdoor wear for the pupils. Pupil Nina Johnstone whose mum nominated the school is also pictured.
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.