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Delivering food donated by our customers to the RSPCA in Leybourne - after a tour of the center and visiting the animals, it is plain to see why donations are needed. Keep up the good work guys!

Posted by Jayne Ashdown on 13 July 2014 in Asda Kingshill Superstore

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Presenting cheque to Sarah and Marianne at Friends Of Health Needs School in Leybourne - who were runners up in our May chosen by you, given by us scheme.

Posted by Jayne Ashdown on 13 July 2014 in Asda Kingshill Superstore

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Presenting cheque to Sarah Brett at Friends Of Health Needs School in Leybourne - runners up in May's chosen by you, given by us green token scheme.

Posted by Jayne Ashdown on 13 July 2014 in Asda Kingshill Superstore

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On Saturday 12th of April we had an Easter colouring competition and here is the winner: Kolby aged 10, he was so delighted with his Easter egg and Easter treats.

Posted by Claire Lawlor on 30 April 2014 in Asda Kingshill Superstore

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The charity Meningitis help were in our foyer on 17th and 18th of April. They raised an amazing £410.21 for their charity thanks to our customers at Kings Hill.

Posted by Claire Lawlor on 30 April 2014 in Asda Kingshill Superstore

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On Good Friday I was so pleased to deliver the Easter eggs that were donated by our generous customers to our Easter gift appeal for The Salvation Army: Kids in Crisis. Lynn Clifton was so overwhelmed by how many eggs our customers donated. It was a total of 46.

Posted by Claire Lawlor on 30 April 2014 in Asda Kingshill Superstore

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Our local newspaper The Kent Messenger came into our store to hand out free copies of their latest issue. Also KMFM our local radio station was in store.

Posted by Claire Lawlor on 06 April 2014 in Asda Kingshill Superstore

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The runners up of the Chosen by you.. Given by us vote was Fibromyalgia. Dawn, Susie and Sue from the charity came to our store to receive their cheque of £50.00. The £50.00 will cover the cost of printing their regular letters for this year. These go out to all their members, many of whom can't get to meetings. It's great for maintaining their contact with the support group and keeping them up to date with what's happening in the world of Fibromyalgia Syndrome.

Posted by Claire Lawlor on 06 April 2014 in Asda Kingshill Superstore