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EUROSPAR Lagan Valley supports Cancer Fund for Children

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Teresa Owens, community champion; Paula Savage, store manager; Alex Murdock, Cancer Fund for Children corporate fundraiser; and Owen Crangle, customer advisor.

Teresa Owens, community champion; Paula Savage, store manager; Alex Murdock, Cancer Fund for Children corporate fundraiser; and Owen Crangle, customer advisor.

Teresa Owens, community champion; Paula Savage, store manager; Alex Murdock, Cancer Fund for Children corporate fundraiser; and Owen Crangle, customer advisor.

Staff at EUROSPAR Lagan Valley have raised over £1,500 for Cancer Fund for Children, hosting a whacky hair day and completing a 100-mile challenge.

Having supported Cancer Fund for Children since 2011, EUROSPAR staff across Northern Ireland have raised over £1.2m for the charity to date, continuing to support its vital services throughout the pandemic.

For the 100-mile challenge, several members of the team at EUROSPAR Lagan Valley donned hiking boots, hopped on a bike or got running, to each complete a distance of 100 miles.

To top up funds, they also brought some fun instore by having a crazy hair day, bringing the total funds raised to £1,645.

“We have been supporting Cancer Fund for Children since they day we opened, and we are just so happy that we can get back doing our events and challenges to continue to contribute to the vital services they provide to families across Northern Ireland, and in our own community,” said Paula Savage, store manager at EUROSPAR Lagan Valley.

“I’d like to thank all our shoppers, friends and family who sponsored us or donated in store. Every penny is appreciated.”

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