Volunteers in Wishaw Main Street’s St Andrew’s Hospice charity shop have thanked their boss for going the extra mile.
Sharon Neill has been the manager at the store for two years now.
But in that short space of time she has made a massive impact.
She was nominated for our Say It With Flowers competition by her colleague Pam Ennis, on behalf of all the stores volunteers.
Pam said: “She just goes above and beyond what she is expected to do in the store.
“She is a very helpful boss and is great with all the customers, they are always saying how good she is.
“Customers are always commenting on how well run and how tidy the store is.”
Since becoming the manager two years ago, Sharon has fit right in and made the shop have a different feel overall.
She is responsible for decorating the window displays and the layout of the shop, which is another positive hit with customers.
And she doesn’t just stop her time with the charity when her shift ends, she attends many St Andrew’s Hospice events.
Pam said: “The charity is very close to her heart and she is always at events raising money for the hospice.
“She does this outwith her time at the shop as well, which just shows how dedicated she is to helping St Andrew’s Hospice.”
We surprised Sharon at the Wishaw store with a beautiful bouquet thanks to our friends at Pixie’s Petals in Newmains.
Her fellow colleagues and volunteers were also ecstatic to see her be recognised for the hours of hard work she puts in every week.
Pam said: “Sharon just has to be recognised for the work she does.
“She has only been here for two years and has made a massive impact on the shop.”
If you would like to nominate someone for our Say it with Flowers competition, you can do so by emailing their name, the reason for the nomination and a contact phone number for yourself to: [email protected]