Morrisons Baillieston Community Update October 2020

I have just recently taken on the role of Community Champion in Morrisons, Baillieston. I am looking forward to getting started and having a new challenge.


Since 2015 we have raised over £60,000 for many local charities and good causes by taking part in bag packing, zip slides across the Clyde and the annual Kilt Walks. As well as supporting local schools and community groups, we have supported the Children’s Hospice, Scottish Autism and Alzheimer’s Scotland. Additionally, we have continued to work alongside Morrisons’ chosen charity Click Sargent and will continue to do so into 2021.


We hope you are all keeping safe through this hard time and we would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who has ever donated in store to the wonderful charities we have worked with. We recently had a food drive donation station and the response to this was a fantastic six trolleys loads of food and toiletries for Community of Helping Hands. This is an organisation that was set up at the start of Covid-19 and who have delivered food to hundreds of people in the community during this hard time.

We currently accept donations for Homeless Project Scotland. You will find a trolley at the front of the store where you can leave any donations of food, toiletries or any nice treats.


We have donated coffee, tea and biscuits to the Scottish Ambulance Service as thanks for the amazing job they continue to do and we’ll be continuing to support our NHS staff in various ways. Find out more in store.


We are in the process of organising a Halloween walk along Baillieston Main Street and hope to get all the community onboard and lifting their ‘spirits’ in these trying times.

Can you believe it will be our 25th year anniversary in November? This will be a massive focus for our store and a great chance for us to give back to the community.

To see what else we get up to in the future follow us on Facebook at Morrisons Baillieston Community.


Thanks from everyone at Morrisons Baillieston.



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