06:00 Saturday 18 January 2014

Supermarket donates Christmas decorations to local school

Written byJORDAN DAY

Littleport Community Primary School receives Christmas decorations from Sainsbury's. From left: Aubrey Pingad, 10, Ben Caley, 11, Kathryn King, 11, and Caitlin Oaks, 10, pictured with school head John Cattermole, left, and Stella Churchman and Luke Edward Littleport Community Primary School receives Christmas decorations from Sainsbury's. From left: Aubrey Pingad, 10, Ben Caley, 11, Kathryn King, 11, and Caitlin Oaks, 10, pictured with school head John Cattermole, left, and Stella Churchman and Luke Edward

Most of us are still recovering from the Christmas period - but these little ones are already excited for this year’s festive season.

Littleport Community Primary School has taken delivery of a selection of colourful Christmas decorations, including trees, presents and snowmen.

The larger-than-life decorations have been donated by Ely’s Sainsbury’s store.

John Cattermole, the school’s head, said: “After our Christmas activities, we definitely needed some new decorations and these new ones look fantastic.

“I’d like to say a big thank you to the team at Sainsbury’s Ely for this generous donation. We’ll certainly be putting them to good use.”

Karen Watts, manager at Sainsbury’s Ely, said: “We’re delighted to donate these decorations to Littleport Community Primary School.

“We received great feedback from our customers on this year’s decorations and it’s great to ensure they’ve found a good home in the community.”

The donation is part of Sainsbury’s commitment to ‘No Waste to Landfill’. The retailer achieved zero waste to landfill at all stores in 2013.

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