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Lidl have donated 700 Christmas dinners to charities in Scotland


The giant supermarket Lidl has donated 700 Christmas dinners to charities in Scotland to bring people together and create the sense of joy and happiness for those who are suffering from loneliness.

CSR Manager at Lidl UK, Mark Newbold said:

“It’s incredibly heartening tohear about all of the good causes that our food surplus goes towards throughour national food redistribution programme, but weknow that the Christmas and New Year period, in particular, canbe a very difficult time for many people suffering from loneliness.”

This is why we wanted togive a bit extra tothe communities and projects that ourstore teams support throughout theyear, helping to bring people together.”

The donations include turkeys, pigs, blankets, Brussels, sprout, steak pies, desserts and bread.

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