Clayton Green superstore hosts charity coffee morning

Chorley Citizen: SUPER STORE: Staff from Asda Clayton Green hand over funds raised for Sue Ryder’s Cuerden Hall Centre during a visit to the centre, with cakes and treats SUPER STORE: Staff from Asda Clayton Green hand over funds raised for Sue Ryder’s Cuerden Hall Centre during a visit to the centre, with cakes and treats

A superstore recently held a coffee morning for staff and residents at Sue Ryder, Cuerden Hall Centre.

Asda Clayton Green community life champion, Leann Milburn, and fresh trading manager, Dominic Wilson, visited the centre and treated colleagues and residents to a selection of tasty products from the store’s bakery range, aptly including Chorley cakes.

Asda colleagues also got the opportunity to speak with the team and learn more about the charity and its fundraising efforts.

Situated near the Clayton Green store, the centre provides care and support for people aged 18 and over with complex neurological needs such as multiple sclerosis and motor neurone disease.

The store also provided the centre with a £200 cheque donation to support Cuerden Hall’s fundraising efforts and to assist with the on-going care of the centre’s residents.

Leann said: “Store colleagues were very keen to support the amazing work of the centre, whilst treating everyone to a lovely coffee morning.”

Care centre manager Sara Cook said: “We are very grateful to colleagues at Asda Clayton Green for their generous donation to the centre. We aim to provide a safe, secure environment in which our residents can live their lives as fully and independently as possible, and this money will help with that purpose.”

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