Keep knitting! Customers make hats for homeless
Published on: 21 Dec 2016
CUSTOMERS at Sainsbury's in Emersons Green have proved to be full of Christmas spirit after knitting hats and scarves for the homeless in Bristol.
Store manger Paul Morrison handed over bags full of the knitted items to Major Colin Hylton-Jones from the Salvation Army in Staple Hill. Mr Morrison said he was grateful to all customers who responded to the appeal: "We had a huge response and would like to keep this going until around March 2017. If any of our customers would like to contribute please bring into the store on the last Wednesday of each month for the attention of Tracy Cannard."