Creepy events unfold at Exmouth supermarket
SPOOKY witches and ghosts took over an Exmouth supermarket.
Tesco, in Salterton Road, held a Halloween-themed event last Saturday, October 30, in aid of Clic Sargeant. The final figure raised for the cancer charity was �890.
Customers were given a fiendish welcome as they entered the store as staff had decorated part of the foyer area in a creepy style.
Children were able to play games including a trick or treat lucky dip, a raffle was held and youngsters could also have their faces painted.
Lisa Hammond, services manager, said the day was a great success. “The customers all had smiles on their faces as they came into the store and noticed what was going on. The children loved it.”
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Local brownies and cub groups as well as the Royal Marines, who provided a mesh net, all helped with the spooky decorations.
Pam Mcgoun, Exmouth Tesco’s new community champion, said: “This was my first event as community champion and it could not have gone any better.
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“I would like to thank everybody for their support in putting it together.”