Aldi has recognised one of its workers at their Mapperley store for carrying out acts of kindness during the pandemic.
Laura Linford from Mapperley, a Store Assistant at Aldi’s Woodborough Road store, is being celebrated by the supermarket-giant for helping overs during the past year.
After finding out the UK was heading into its second full lockdown, Laura and her family decided they wanted to do something to make a difference in their local community during this challenging time.
To help support those in need, Laura completed a sponsored 100km walk with her family and their dog. All money raised was used to buy food donations for their local Trussell Trust foodbank.
To mark the anniversary of the UK’s first national lockdown, Aldi has decided to recognise amazing colleagues across the country who have gone above and beyond to support their local community.
Kara Greatorex , regional managing director at Aldi UK, said: “The past year has been incredibly difficult for everyone and we want to thank every single one of our Aldi colleagues for their hard work and commitment throughout.
“Our amazing colleagues across the country are devoted to feeding the nation and have worked tirelessly over the last year, going above and beyond to support their local communities.”