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ASDA Longwell Green colleagues wore their Christmas Jumpers on December 12th in support of Save the Children.
Black sheep Harmony, the fantastic Ladies chorus group, entertained customers by singing Christmas favourites.
Customers had the chance to win an 'Extra Special' Christmas hamper by guessing how many elves are in Santa's workshop. (Note: For any one guessing the total, don't be fooled by the rather large looking Elf standing behind the hamper. He's not a real Elf. No, really, he's not. It's just Longwell Green's Community Life Colleague masquerading as an Elf.)
The customers of ASDA Longwell Green have, like always, been extremely generous when comes to the 'Give a Gift' appeal. This year the presents will be donated to Survive, a local charity which supports children that have been effected by domestic abuse.
Asda shoppers were dancing at the checkouts when Oldland Brass (pictured above with Longwell Green CLC, Richard Hattersley) came in-store to play festive songs.
This young customer is going to make someone smile this Christmas after decorating a Christmas card in ASDA Longwell Green.
The Salvation Army put everyone in the festive spirit last night with their rousing renditions of some of your favourite Christmas tunes. All the money raised will help them to continue their efforts in supporting the local community.