Sainsbury’s helps March charity get in the groove with donations of sound systems

Sainsbury's presentation to Facet

Sainsbury's presentation to Facet - Credit: Archant

The March Sainsbury’s/FACET partnership continued to flourish this week after the supermarket helped the charity develop their music and movement classes.

The store in Mill View donated two new music systems and FACET manager Kris Harrold said: “we have been wanting to update our music technology for some time now, by bringing this equipment in the students will be able to preform to all of their favourite tracks and sing along with ease.

“It is an area which has really taken off recently and we hope to get out in the community to do even more performances now. Sainsbury’s really are going all out in helping us as their charity of the year, we are once again so grateful for their help and support”.

As well as the music systems Sainsbury’s donated a wide screen television which will go in the centres’ reception.

Mr Harrold said: “The TV will look great as visitors enter the building, we plan to show a DVD on loop showcasing the wide range of activities we run for the students at FACET. This will really help give the front of FACET a new, more modern feel when people arrive.”

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