We didn’t want to come here and not be resilient and our structure not be good.
“We kept another clean sheet and the chances they created were a couple of weak shots that have not really tested us.
The statement, which has since been verified as legitimate by the company’s Twitter account, says an estimated 20-30 crates of leftover food from each of its stores will be free to good causes and those in need from 4pm on December 24.
Charities and local organisations are being urged to contact Aldi’s head office to arrange collection of the excess stock.
The plans and a 3-D model of the park were shown to more than 100 businesses in Stroud earlier, ahead of the outline planning application, which the company aims to submit in July.
It is hoping is to obtain local support before the plans are considered by Stroud District Council to avoid lengthy planning disputes.
A SUPERMARKET chain is taking action this Christmas to help others and to prevent food waste at the same time.
In a post circulating on social media, budget supermarket Aldi said it wanted to redistribute its excess food products on Christmas Eve to those less fortunate.
“Aldi is unable to deliver products so it would be essential that your organisation is able to collect.” Information for charities: To request food, contact Aldi with the following details: * Charity / group name * Main contact name * Main contact telephone number * City / town * Store postcodes which you’d like to collect from * Type of products that you wish to collect Contact: Nicki Monaghan, Energy and Environment Team Address: Aldi Stores Ltd, Holly Lane, Atherstone CV9 2SQ Tel: 01827 711800 Organisations will need to apply by Friday, December 8.“I am delighted with the performance through being in good shape.We have created some outstanding chances that if we are more ruthless, we take and we finish.” After being shown highlights of the game by Sky Sports after the final whistle – with the game broadcast live – Flitcroft felt his side could have been even more deserving winners.Owner and chairman of Forest Green Rovers FC yesterday presented the second part of his megaproject.After the FGRFC wooden football stadium now comes the accompaying business park, worth an estimated £300 million.