Tesco Extra Bradley Stoke staff members Dawn Richards (community champion, left) and Katie Palmer (right) invite shoppers to throw wet sponges at Atilla Kiss (home delivery manager) to raise funds for the Kisses for Kaylum appeal.

Bradley Stoke Tesco Extra staff raise funds for the ‘Kisses for Kaylum’ appeal

Staff at the Tesco Extra store in Bradley Stoke have taken part in a special fundraising initiative that will contribute towards the cost of potentially life-saving treatment for a five-year-old Bristol boy who suffers from a rare form of cancer. Kaylum Ryan’s family is desperately trying to raise £280,000 so they can take him to America for a pioneering treatment

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People queuing outside the Tesco Extra store in Bradley Stoke after it was was closed due to problems with electrical equipment following a power cut.

Power surge shuts Bradley Stoke Tesco Extra store for six hours

An electrical “power surge” caused computer systems to crash at the Tesco Extra store in Bradley Stoke today, resulting in the store being closed to customers for more than six hours. The Journal understands that tills and other electronic equipment at the store “went down” as a result of the power supply incident and subsequently failed to reset themselves correctly. Journal readers reported

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Tesco returns with second planning application for ‘Click & Collect’ unit

Supermarket giant Tesco has submitted a second planning application for a ‘Click & Collect’ unit in the car park of Bradley Stoke’s Willow Brook shopping centre, six weeks after withdrawing a previous application that was criticised by the town council for being “against the spirit of the original planning permission for the site”. The ‘Click & Collect’ service allows customers

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