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Donna, community Life Champion and Trupti training Co ordinator of our Park Royal store represents Apprenticeship week, we joined force with Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College to showcase or apprenticeship programmes. Our local MP Angie Bray, local councillor Joy and deputy Mayor of Ealing
Thank you to our generous customers', who has helped our store in raising a massive amount of £562.00 for our national charity Tickled Pink! Without you our customers, our appeal to make a difference would not be possible.
World Book Day. I visited John Keble Church of England Primary for world book day, the atmosphere was electric both for teachers and Children. Whiles judging the best book characters. One individual stood out me for me. Embracing diversity and equality a boy age 10 dressed as a Princess freckled face wearing lipstick. He won best dressed Princess. Everyone stood up and cheered his bravery. The Depty head teacher commended him for his bravery and for standing up in front of the whole school. She thanked him for thinking of the idea and following through with the idea.
The supply of bread,cereal,Milk, Jam,and butter donated for breakfast for the children at St Mary's CofE Primary School raising awareness and money for the homeless.
Brent Kilburn Times reported. Children from Willesden school take part in sleepover to raise money for homeless people Pupils from a primary school in Willesden spent the night experiencing homelessness to raise money for rough sleepers. Children from St Mary’s CofE Primary school in Garnet Road, swapped their beds for gym mats as they discovered what it meant to be homeless, including a supper of bread and soup in the evening. Healthy sugar swaps cereals and milk was donated for breakfast by Asda Park Royal. Working in collaboration with Free The Children, an international charity encouraging children to be agents of change the pupils used the experience to raise funds for Ashford Place, a refuge centre for homeless people based in Ashford Road, Cricklewood.. Cllr Lesley Jones, deputy mayor of Brent, and Harlesden councillors Aisha Eniola and Bobby Thomas, attended as did representatives from Ashford Place including two homeless people who answered the children’s many questions including how they cope in freezing weather. Luke Patterson, teacher and history and geography co-ordinator at the school, said: “It was really interesting for everybody. The children got a real sense of what it means to be homeless and how it can happen to anybody. “We heard that Jennifer Lopez, Ed Sheeran and Jay-Z have been homeless at some point which came as a surprise to me too.”