Managers locked up in Cam supermarket

Store manager Paul Holloway (left) was locked up in a cage while staff took part in line dancing as well as price promise bingo in a bid to raise money for Diabetes UK (6137219)

Store manager Paul Holloway (left) was locked up in a cage while staff took part in line dancing as well as price promise bingo in a bid to raise money for Diabetes UK (6137219)

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STAFF at a supermarket in Cam have been getting involved in various shenanigans to help raise funds for Diabetes UK.

Two fundraising events were held at Tesco in Cam with managers being locked away in a cage, wearing a silly hat, at the front of the store greeting bemused customers.

Visitors were asked to donate what they could and when another £2 was raised, the cage was given a little spin.

Other staff had a better time of it as they took part in a country and western fun day, dressing up as cowboys and girls and taking part in some line dancing.

Keeping them in line and in time was local line dancing and singing group Two Left Feet.

Customers could also enjoy a price promise bingo at the checkouts with chances of winning some prizes and in total, thanks to the generosity of customers, £827.39 was raised from the two fundraising days.

Tesco community champion Antony Giuliano said: “The two days were a great success with fun had by all and I would like to thank our customers for their generosity.

“It is my role and wish that our store continues to help, support and work for our community here in Cam.”

Gill Butler from Two Left Feet added: “A big thank you to the friendly staff of Cam Tesco for inviting us along to support such a worthwhile charity.”

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