Bexleyheath Asda customers treated to live music to support Sense

PUBLISHED: 11:10 27 February 2013 | UPDATED: 11:32 27 February 2013

Bruce Levy and Sarah Douse

Bruce Levy and Sarah Douse


Asda customers in Bexleyheath were in for a treat last Saturday when employees held a live musical event to raise money for Sense, a charity that campaigns and supports deafblind children and adults.

Employees Sabrina and Sid were joined by several other guest singers while others handed out balloons and fund raised.

Their colleague Sarah Douse plans to run April’s London Marathon for the charity. She said: “Being deaf and blind is something I cannot imagine and I was inspired to do something after hearing about the work SENSE does”.

The store’s community life champion Bruce Levy said: “This is yet another example of how Asda colleagues often go above and beyond their everyday role.

We’re very proud of everyone who took part and would like to thank both our generous colleagues and customers for their support in raising £674 for Sense”.

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