Glossop's Aldi store manager Miles Elliott has been recognised for his acts of kindness throughout the pandemic.
To mark the anniversary of the UK's first national lockdown on Tuesday (23 March), Aldi is recognising staff members across the country who have gone above and beyond to support their local community.
The supermarket chain has been keeping the nation fed during the pandemic, and their efforts have ensured that customers continue to have access to fresh affordable food.
In Glossop, Miles went out of his way to help neighbours with their shopping when they couldn’t get out due to isolating in lockdown.
He also spent hours manning the door at the Glossop store at the height of the pandemic, offering support and reassurance to customers.
In recognition of this, he was awarded a ‘High Peak Hero Award’ by local MP Robert Largan back in November, after being put forward by the local community for his contribution during the pandemic.
Ruth Doyle, Regional Managing Director at Aldi UK, said: “The past year has been incredibly difficult for everyone and we want to thank every single one of our Aldi colleagues for their hard work and commitment throughout.
“Our amazing colleagues across the country are devoted to feeding the nation and have worked tirelessly over the last year, going above and beyond to support their local communities.”