Support Carers Week at Sainsbury’s Surbiton
•Carers Week takes place between 10th to 16th June
•Sainsbury’s is one of the main sponsors and has over 20,000 colleagues with caring responsibilities across the UK
•Store helping to raise profile of Carers Week by holding information stand in the customer service and in the colleagues’ canteen.
People who live and work in Surbiton and Tolworth have been getting involved in the decisions that affect them.
These have been captured in the form of a Surbiton Neighbourhood Community Plan which will assist those who provide public services to focus on the issues which matter most to the community.
Sainsbury’s Surbiton is on the lookout for a new Local Charity partner after raising £6000 for Princess Alice Hospice (Esher)
•Sainsbury’s Surbiton announce final fundraising total of £2,320.
•Local Surbiton residents made a huge contribution, donating money to colleague fundraising activities and purchasing merchandise sold in-store
•Fundraising activities took place across the weekend of 15th to 17th March
•This year was the 25th anniversary of Red Nose Day
•Sainsbury’s has now raised over £74 million for Comic Relief since their partnership began in 1999
•Fundraising for Red Nose Day launches at Sainsbury’s Surbiton
•Colleagues set to ‘Do Something Funny for Money’ for the 25th anniversary of Red Nose Day by Joseph Wolff.
•This year’s official Red Nose Day merchandise is exclusively being sold in Sainsbury’s stores including Sainsbury’s Surbiton
•Sainsbury’s has raised over £63.5 million for Comic Relief since their partnership began in 1999
Sainsbury’s this week announces Paul Stansfield as the new store manager of Surbiton. Paul Stansfield brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge to add to the Sainsbury’s Surbiton team and local community.
Paul have been with Sainsbury’s since September 2010 working in various size stores on Region 26, prior to that he was in the British Army as a paramedic for 24 years.
Sainsbury’s Surbiton have raised £673 during their first six months of their partnership with Princess Alice Hospice.
Schools, scouts and guide groups and sports clubs from Surbiton given the chance to meet Beckham and Simmonds at an exclusive event.
Sainsburys, Region 27, Youth forum representatives raised £133.48 in a coin collection and £121.42 worth of food donations for their regional charity partner Grenfell. The day was a great success due to the hard work from the colleagues from Surbiton, Mordon, Surybasin, Kingston, Clapham Common, Tooting, Merton and Balham.