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Team members lend a helping hand around Inverurie


By David Porter

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New staff at a north-east supermarket have said that they feel "appreciated" by those they are now helping out in the community.

Morrison's staff Rebecca Gray and Colin Crichton who recently joined the company to help with deliveries.
Morrison's staff Rebecca Gray and Colin Crichton who recently joined the company to help with deliveries.

Morrison’s in Inverurie recently started offering a doorstep delivery service for elderly and vulnerable customers.

The order is then sent to the nearest Morrison’s to be picked and then delivered directly to the customers after the company invested in new chilled vans.

Payment is made by contactless payment if below £45 and chip and pin for over.

Staff members Rebecca Gray recently joined the company to deliver to customers

She said “The driver is sometimes the only person the customer may see so they don’t feel so cut off after we’ve been there, also many of them said they cannot believe that this is a free service offered by Morrison’s Inverurie”

Fellow staff memeber Colin Crichton said: "It’s been great to get out to the customers and they have all been very appreciative of the service that Morrison’s Inverurie has provided “

Customers in need of the service can order shopping by calling 0345 611 6111 and pressing option five.


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