Another Tesco ‘cheque out’ for Seaton groups
Work Club and Royal British Legion each receive �200 from the new Harbour Road store
TWO more worthy causes received cash donations from Seaton Tesco at the weekend.
Deputy store manager, Neil Baker added to the youth donations made a couple of weeks ago with an additional �200 going to both the Work Club, run by Seaton’s Voice, and the local branch of the Royal British Legion.
Representatives from both groups attended a special presentation at the store on Harbour Road.
Mr Baker said: “The store are delighted to be able to support two more local organisations which provide support in different ways for members of our local community. Staff and management are aware of so many good causes within just a few miles of the store and we are planning to support more of these to thank the community for their support during the building work and now the store is open.”
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* Seaton Work Club assists unemployed local people gain new skills, confidence and get back into work while the Royal British Legion, whose campaigns include the well know Poppy Appeal, raise money throughout the year to support the whole armed forces family, including serving, ex-service men and women and their dependants.
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