220 miles down the Severn - without leaving Tesco

PULLING POWER: Manager Nick Holden, in Super Ted costume, with staff Andrew Burfitt, Louise Milner, Carol Beamand and Mandy Pitman. 0613240801

PULLING POWER: Manager Nick Holden, in Super Ted costume, with staff Andrew Burfitt, Louise Milner, Carol Beamand and Mandy Pitman. 0613240801

First published in News

STAFF at a Tesco Express store raised money for charity by rowing the length of the river Severn while not moving from their store.

The team at the shop in Brindley Road, Warndon Villages, Worcester, raised £2,248 for Cancer Research UK by covering the 220 miles from Friday to Sunday.

About 18 people, including family members, took part in the challenge, with the finish line being crossed at about 6pm on Sunday.

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7:51pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Doesitmakesense?? says...

Well done to the team who worked hard and raised so much for a good cause. I saw them when I popped in to pick up some stuff and they made me smile.
Well done to the team who worked hard and raised so much for a good cause. I saw them when I popped in to pick up some stuff and they made me smile. Doesitmakesense??
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