February is an important month for Cheadle & Gatley as we try to raise funds for important work on our clubhouse and grounds. And that’s where you can help.
By voting for Cheadle & Gatley whenever you shop at Tesco throughout February you can help us secure as much as £5,000 as part of the Tesco Bags of Help scheme.
How It Works
When you shop at Tesco during February you will be given a token at the checkout. Simply take your token to the Bags of Help area where there will be a choice of local projects looking for funding, one of which will be us!
To vote for us just pop your token into the CGJFC box and that’s it. And remember, you can do this EVERY TIME you shop. We need your votes to secure this vital funding so please remember to do it.
Where Can I Vote?
You will be able to vote for CGJFC to receive this funding at the following Tesco stores:
- Tesco Extra – Altrincham, WA15 9QT
- Tesco Extra – Baguley, M23 9TJ
- Tesco Extra – Irlam, M44 6BA
- Tesco Metro – Northenden, M22 4JT
- Tesco Superstore – Sale, M33 7XN
- Tesco Express – Ashton-on-Mersey, M33 5PP
- Tesco Express – Partington, M31 4EL
- Tesco Express – Manor Avenue, Sale, M33 4XA
- Tesco Express – Hale, WA15 9SZ
- Tesco Express – Liverpool Road, Irlam, M44 6FY
- Tesco Express, Church Road, Gatley, SK8 4ES
- Tesco Express – Sale Moor, M33 2UN
- Tesco Express – Cheadle Hulme, SK8 7AB
- Tesco Extra – Stockport, SK1 2BT
- Tesco Express – Bramhall, SK7 1JR
- Tesco Express – Hazel Grove, SK7 6DT
- Tesco Express – Heald Green, SK8 3QA
- Tesco Express – Cheadle, SK8 1DW
- Tesco Express – Cheadle, SK3 0PW
Thank you to everyone who voted for us in January and who votes for us in February.
On 5 October 2015 carrier bag charging began in England, bringing it in-line with carrier bag charging schemes already in place in the rest of the UK. As a result, Tesco, like other large retailers, is required by law to charge a minimum of 5p for every single-use carrier bag used by a customer. Proceeds generated from the sales of the bags are given to good causes.
The money raised by Tesco customers is used to pay for a large number of local projects to support community participation in the development and use of open spaces across England, Wales and Scotland. Projects that get the green light as a result of the funding include volunteer training, physical improvements of open spaces, equipment purchases, community events, sports and leisure activities and many more.