Have a frighteningly good time at store’s Halloween event
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Sainsbury’s in Ely will be hosting a series of ghoulish fun and games to celebrate Halloween and raise funds for a charity.
On Friday, October 31, staff will be raising money for their charity partner, Branching Out, of Littleport.
Store manager Karen Watts said: “Our colleagues will also be dressed up throughout the day and will be helping to fundraise for the charity, so it’s a great opportunity for everyone to get involved.”
Between 12pm and 6pm, children will be able to join the fun and games including a lucky dip and name the monster competition, in the stores main foyer.
There will also be a professional face painter on hand for trick-or-treaters and Halloween party goers to get prepared for the evening.
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In the lead up to Halloween the store is also holding a colouring competition for children to show off their artistic skills.
Entry forms and details are available now at the stores customer service desk and customer café.
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