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How our colleagues are being good eggs in the community

01 April 2019

What is a Random Act of Kindness? It’s a simple gesture that can make the world of difference. A selfless act performed by kind people to either help or cheer someone up.

At our heart, we are a community retailer and we want to make a real difference to the communities we serve.

That’s why this Easter we visited the Jersey Cheshire Home and St Johns Residential Home. We ate hot cross buns, drank tea, played games and laughed a lot. The benefits of these visits were immeasurable for both our colleagues and for the residents.

But many of our colleagues make a real difference to their communities in their own ways, in their own time. We want to celebrate the work they do, so we asked a few of them about what they do to be a good egg in the community:



Coralie from Pharmacy Locale

Member of the Guernsey Art Network

Rose from St. Sampson’s Grand Marché

Works weekends in the Ron Short Centre charity shop! 

Lorraine from St. Martins Grand Marché

St. Johns Ambulance Volunteer for events

David from L'Aumone En Route

Guernsey Civil Protection Volunteer and Vice President of the Guernsey North Show and Battle of Flowers  

David from Royal Terrace Locale

Beavers Scout leader

See what happened when we visited the Jersey Cheshire Home and St Johns Residential Home, Guernsey: