Collection at King’s Lynn store boosts charity

Marks and Spencer King's Lynn Store Charity collection &  supporting a company wide cycle ride (300 miles ) on static exercise bikes, (not at KL) iao RBL
M&S staff with RBL KL & District members on the charity stall and display, LtoR, Sophie Blude (M&S Customer Assistant), David Norman (Chairman KL & Dist RBL), Robert Hipkin (KL & Dist RBL Volunteer), Ryan Smith (M&S Customer Assistant), Karin Hipkin (KL & Dist RBL Volunteer), ANL-160608-182559009

Marks and Spencer King's Lynn Store Charity collection & supporting a company wide cycle ride (300 miles ) on static exercise bikes, (not at KL) iao RBL M&S staff with RBL KL & District members on the charity stall and display, LtoR, Sophie Blude (M&S Customer Assistant), David Norman (Chairman KL & Dist RBL), Robert Hipkin (KL & Dist RBL Volunteer), Ryan Smith (M&S Customer Assistant), Karin Hipkin (KL & Dist RBL Volunteer), ANL-160608-182559009

An in-store bucket collection at Lynn’s Marks and Spencer High Street store raised £190 for the Royal British Legion on Saturday.

The collection was part of the Royal British Legion’s ‘Live On’ campaign with three members of the Marks and Spencer East Anglian team, including ex-Lynn branch manager Paul Rich and former employee Barry Harker, taking part in the Pedal to Paris event over four days.

Pictured above at the in-store collection are, from left: Marks and Spencer customer assistant Sophie Blude with Lynn Royal British Legion chairman David Norman, RBL volunteer Robert Hipkin, M and S customer assistant Ryan Smith and RBL volunteer Karin Hipkin.

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