Welcome to the Green Room page for
Today I arranged a visit to St Mary's Hospice and took along Music in Motion to help entertain the visitors to the day care unit. Music in Motion are a group of hearing, hard of hearing and deaf volunteers whose aim is to raise deaf awareness through sign singing. It's beautiful to watch and great to be part of. Being a member I was able to join in with Sheila and Fiona.
The local scouts came together to celebrate St George, with a parade and church service. This was followed by tea, coffee, squash and the most important thing biscuits. The sun shone on a great event
Say hello to Heer and Daksh Luhana. They finished the Easter hunt in store after following the clues. Here they are collecting their bunny ears and activity pack from Kirystel. Well done to all the children who took part.
The Easter bunny went out on a surprise visit to some very lucky children today. Harvey Road Preschool gave bunny a huge welcome, we had lots of big smiles and hugs too.
The school council of Holy Family School came in with their Head teacher Mrs Mulroy to collect a cheque for £200. They were nominated in our chosen by you, given by us. Well done.
A lovely morning spent at St Mary's Hospice, with Sarah Barber Fundraising Project Officer and Alan a volunteer. Found out some facts about how money raised by Asda's customers and colleagues was used towards and had a tour of the new building. They are coming into store in May for more fundraising.
Sparkhill Food Bank had a huge response to their collection in our store on Saturday, They managed to fill their van with donations from our very generous customers who shop at Small Heath.
Saturday 22nd March we took part in a community litter pick from Asda Small Heath to Small Heath Park. Here is Harriet Blenkiron showing off some of our many bags. A big thank you to Mahmood Jamil, Margaret Bannan, Kate Booth, Councilor Mohammed Aikhlaq to name just a few!