Hi y'all, Thought I would share this with you. Our local tesco store is about 500m up the road from our Secondary school and over the years has been provided with various advertising, marketing and careers opertunities from us, with a good proportion of the younger staff there being ex-pupils of ours, including some of their department managers. Went in today to grab a few bits (against my better judgement) and saw that they have started their vouchers for schools and clubs promotion again, with a large collection pot at the front of the store for you to put in your vouchers you do not want but have not school or club to give them too. A grand idea I hear you call, but instead of collecting for our school (like i said, 500m away), they are collecting for the secondary school in the next large town across, which is not only a good few mile away, but in a different county. They pride themselves on their community links, but do this? I am bemused. Oh, By the way, the local store in question also, whilst we had the bitterly cold period a few weeks ago, banished the RNLI charity collection to the outside of the store, not even the foyer, to collect in the northerly wind and rain,as "corporate policy" no longer allowed them to host charity collections in store. Rant Over.