Tesco-obsessed tot, 4, given custom-made uniform – before trialling dream job on tills


Brooke Goacher, aged just four, is so obsessed with supermarket chain Tesco that she begs her mum Jodie Buckley, 28, for a daily trip to the store near her home in Carlton, Nottinghamshire

Little Brooke Goacher, four, is obsessed supermarket chain Tesco and asks her mum to visit every day after school
Little Brooke Goacher, four, is obsessed supermarket chain Tesco and asks her mum to visit every day after school

A four-year-old Tesco super-fan was given a custom-made uniform by the supermarket before getting the chance to trial her dream job on the tills.

Brooke Goacher is obsessed with the supermarket chain – and begs her mum Jodie Buckley, 28, for a daily trip.

Jodie contacted a store worker to see if they could make a uniform for her in her size – and a tiny blue shirt and jumper arrived in time for Christmas.

She was also offered a shift for Sunday morning at the Tesco in Carlton, Nottingham – and spent two whole hours serving customers.

Jodie, from Hucknall, said: “She was so excited, she mentioned it every morning and she said ‘Mummy, is it my day to go to work?

“She went on the tills, Checkout 4 – it’s got to be Checkout 4, I don’t know why!”

Her time on the till was a dream come true after she told her family she wants to be a Tesco worker when she grows up.

The youngster says she wants to wok for the supermarket chain when she grows up
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Jodie said: “We were sat there with her brother and sister, just saying ‘what would you like to be when you’re older?’

“She just came out with ‘I want to work at Tesco!’

“From there it’s become an obsession – we’ll say ‘would you like to go anywhere?’ and she’ll say ‘can we just go to Tesco?’

“We just end up driving around the different Tesco’s, I’ve taken her to about five.

Her mum has tried showing her some other supermarkets, like Sainbury’s or Morrison’s, but neither have had the same effect on the youngster
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“I’ve taken her to M&S and Sainsbury’s too but they’re not the same.”

Every day after picking up Brooke and her two siblings Layla, seven, and Jack, five – the young Tesco enthusiast will immediately ask if they can pop by the shop.

The stay-at-home mum said: “People keep saying it’s because you buy her things, but we’ll just go in and get bread and milk.

“She just loves it, I do not know what the obsessions is!”

She even bought her a Tesco till for her fourth birthday to practice on.

The youngster took up the offer of a shift at the supermarket
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In December, Jodie posted on Facebook asking if anyone knew of a way she could get hold of a child-sized Tesco uniform.

A worker from the Tesco in Carlton responded saying that she’d ask her manager, and a few days later an iconic blue polo and jumper had been made specifically for the tot.

“We wrapped it up for her and she opened it on Christmas morning,” said Jodie.

Little Brooke opened the uniform on December 25 – and it made her Christmas, her mum said
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“It made her Christmas!

“It was like pure excitement, ‘do I get to work at Tesco?’ she kept saying.

“Times are hard and there’s a lot of doom and gloom but people still go out there and try and help you.”

Brooke Goacher is obsessed with the supermarket chain – and begs her mum Jodie Buckley, 28, for a daily trip.
Jodie contacted a store worker to see if they could make a uniform for her in her size – and a tiny blue shirt and jumper arrived in time for Christmas.

The superstore also booked the little girl in for a shift today on the tills for her to try out her dream job for an hour.

Brooke was supposed to only work for about an hour but was so stuck in she stayed for two, scanning in items and chatting to customers.

Her mum added: “She was loving it! She was serving the customers – everyone thought it was so cute!

“She didn’t want to come home, I sort of had to prise her off the till.

“She went and clocked in and clock out with her own clocking card, she went on a break to the staff room. She was asking all the customers if they have a Clubcard – she knew what she was doing!”

The excited tot even fell asleep in the car on the way home.

Jodie added: “Times are hard and there’s a lot of doom and gloom, but people still go out there and try and help you.”

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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