Chatteris estate agents get trolleyed

People visiting our Chatteris branch of Harrison Murray aren’t ‘off their trolley’ for noticing something slightly unusual in the office - it’s all part of the estate agency team’s latest contribution to the community.

They have secured a shopping trolley - kindly donated by their local Aldi - and are asking clients if they can spare a few non-perishable food items for people less well off as we approach Christmas.

All contributions will be donated to the Ely Food Bank, which is part of the Trussell Trust, to be put into parcels containing three days’ worth of food for struggling families.

Chatteris sales negotiator Myra Alvin said: “As we head into the colder months of the year and towards Christmas it’s really important that we think about people in need and we are really pleased to be supporting such a great cause.

“In our business we spend a lot of time helping people onto, and along, the property ladder but it is very much our company ethos too to make sure that we remember those less fortunate too, particularly in our local communities.”

Anyone wanting to make a food donation (items must have at least three months left on their expiry date) can take it along to 46 High Street, Chatteris, PE16 6BH.

Sales negotiator Myra Alvin with the trolley and some of the items donated.

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