Asda staff do sponsored walk for stillbirth charity

Staff from Boston's Asda store during their sponsored walk in aid of Boston and District Sands - the local branch of the stillbirth and neonatal death charity. NA
Staff from Boston's Asda store during their sponsored walk in aid of Boston and District Sands - the local branch of the stillbirth and neonatal death charity. NA

BOSTON’S Asda store staff have been busy this year doing their bit to boost local charities.

A sponsored walk took place with members of staff walking along the river from Langrick to Boston to raise £845 for Boston and District Sands, the local branch of the national stillbirth and neonatal death charity.

The money was presented to the charity’s Carolyn Bray by Asda store’s personnel clark Tina Brown.

Money totalling £551 has also been raised for The Fire Fighters Charity thanks to the efforts of Asda’s events co-ordinator Sue Jackson.

Sue raised the money by attending fun days held at both Leverton and Boston fire stations where she offered help and support and ran a tombola stall at each.

She managed to raise £200 for the Leverton Fire Station and £351 for Green Watch at Boston Fire Station.