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Store's pounds 1,000 milestone.

KIND-HEARTED staff at the Big W store in Coventry have been helping charity during the store's first year in the city.

Fund-raising events gathered in pounds 1,000 which was handed over to the store's nominated cause, the Association of Brain Damaged Children and Adults, during a weekend of fun marking the Cross Point store's anniversary.

Richard Hilldrew, the store manager, said: "All our staff have pulled out the stops to raise money for this very worthwhile charity.

"Over the year there have been a large number of fund-raising activities including a wild west weekend and a mini Olympic games.

"It won't stop there - we have big plans to continue our efforts to raise more money for the charity."
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Oct 30, 2000
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