Aldi’s new Beeston store has donated a range of products to the Salvation Army, based on Hunslet Hall Road, following the new store opening in January.
Aldi donated a range of products including tinned food items to help for the group to use in their weekly activities with the community, including coffee morning and lunch clubs. The Salvation Army centres offers a hot three course lunch every Monday to Thursday at 12:30pm for just £3.30.
The store, which opened on 28 January to over 120 waiting customers, is based on Tunstall Road Retail Park and has created 16 jobs for local people. There is currently a variety of store roles available within the surrounding Leeds area, to read more about the roles at Aldi, and to apply, please visit: www.aldirecruitment.co.uk
Aldi Area Manager, Tom Brickman, who presented the group with the donation said:
“It was great to meet the representatives from the Salvation Army based on Hunslet Hall Road to see what a positive impact the new store has had on the local area so far. We are pleased to support charities such as the Salvation Army, as they play such a vital role in helping others in the community.”
The store, located at Unit 1, Tunstall Road Retail Park, Tunstall Road, Leeds, LS11 5JF, is open: Monday–Saturday: 8am–10pm; Sunday: 10am-4pm.
3 Replies to “Aldi supports Salvation Army with donation”
Beeston store? They branded it as Holbeck when they launched it despite it being on Tunstall Road!!! I hope they didn’t charge the Salvation Army for the bags!!
Their press release said Holbeck, but we all know it’s not in Holbeck. Is it in Beeston or West Hunslet?
Whether they’re in Holbeck, Beeston or West Hunslet I’m still trying to get over them claiming to be “Dewsbury Road Town Centre”!!
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