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Chadwell Heath Asda staff donate £500 to veterans charity Blesma

PUBLISHED: 17:00 27 December 2016

Siobhan Tumber (Asda Community Champion) and Christina Crook (Blesma Fundraising Relationship Executive)

Siobhan Tumber (Asda Community Champion) and Christina Crook (Blesma Fundraising Relationship Executive)

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Staff from Asda Chadwell Heath presented £500 to military charity Blesma.

Customers at the High Road store picked the cause through the green token collection.

A cheque was handed over to reps from the limbless veterans charity on Tuesday last week.

Siobhan Tumber, the branch’s community champion, said: “Helping ex-service men is something close to my heart.”

Christina Crook, Blesma’s fundraising relationship executive thanked customers and staff for their support.

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