Tuneful donation

Sainsbury present karaoke equipment to the Break Home. Home deputy manager Patrick Doherty takes the mike with Farron Davis. Holding the cheque are Lauren Crofts (left) and Karena Toye.
Sainsbury present karaoke equipment to the Break Home. Home deputy manager Patrick Doherty takes the mike with Farron Davis. Holding the cheque are Lauren Crofts (left) and Karena Toye.
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Staff at Sainsbury’s in March hit the right note with a donation to a local children’s home.

They raised £270 which was used to buy a karaoke machine for the March home, which was presented on Wednesday. And the staff couldn’t resist trying out the new equipment as well.

The home is run by charity Break and is place for young people to feel safe and secure. Staff work with the young people in their care to give them the best possible outcome for their future.

Break was not Sainsbury’s charity of the year last year, but staff really wanted to raise money for them and give something nice to the children and families who use the home.