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Unsung heroes: Going the extra mile

Independent Retail News is joining forces with Nisa Retail to re-launch its Unsung Heroes programme for 2018. The scheme aims to search out and honour convenience store owners and members of their teams who have consistently exceeded expectations in providing ...

Unsung Heroes – Super heroes

The search for our Unsung Heroes 2017 culminated in a five-star lunch in London earlier this month when our champions were honoured for their work in the community Over the past seven months, Independent Retail News and P&G have once ...

Unsung Heroes – Making a difference

Sukhi Sangha has been chosen as the third of our 2017 Unsung Heroes for  supporting a community with more than its fair share of social problems. David Shrimpton reports The Lochside district of Ayr, on the west coast of Scotland, ...

Unsung Heroes – Heart of the community

Lincolnshire retailers Blair and Angela Southwood have been selected as the second of our Unsung Heroes for their work with local schools and charities. Sarah Kyle reports Giving back to the community has been drilled into One Stop retailer Blair ...

Unsung Heroes – Across the divide

Belfast retailer Gavan Wall has been judged the first of our 2017 Unsung Heroes thanks to his work in tackling youth unemployment across the city. David Shrimpton reports Operating a convenience store sandwiched between the highly segregated nationalist and unionist ...

Search is on for ‘unsung’ champions

Independent retailers are being asked once again to nominate their “unsung heroes” who go beyond expectations to serve and support their local communities. Supplier P&G has joined forces with Independent Retail News for the return of the “Unsung Heroes” initiative, ...