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Retired supermarket staff raise funds


Retired supermarket staff have raised more than £700 for BWBF.

Photograph by Peter Realf Photography
Photograph by Peter Realf Photography

Members of a social group for retired supermarket staff have raised more than £700 for British Wireless for the Blind Fund.

Tesco Retired Staff Association in Coventry handed over a cheque for £720.

It was given to our Regional Development Manager Simon Parsons.

A big thank you to everyone involved.

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