An ASDA kiosk worker has celebrated 30 years at the supermarket, becoming familiar face to many Bankies throughout the years.

Described on the store’s Facebook as ‘fabulous’, Ann Dolan has worked on the cigarettes and lottery kiosk in recent years.

Store Manager Stephen commented on behalf of her colleagues at the Clyde Shopping Centre store, he said: "Congratulations Ann and thank you for all your continuous hard work and support."

Ann told the Post how she had begun as a part-time, weekend worker before going on to have three sons with husband Philip.

She said: ‘I only worked a Saturday at the start of my time with Asda Clydebank – now I’m full time as my kids have all grown up and I have more free time.

“The great thing about working for Asda is that they have always supported me by being flexible when it comes to my family.

“Not every job gives you that flexibility, but I’ve been lucky to have such a supportive role.”

Other colleagues who work at the Clydebank supermarket were quick to praise Ann for her knowledge and personable approach.

Section Leader, Theresa Scott: “I’ve worked with Ann for 9 years – she’s a really great colleague. She’s become the queen of the kiosk and a real fountain of knowledge when colleagues need to check something. She has a great attitude and a wonderful rapport with the kiosk team, with Christine, Collette and Julie.”

Her kiosk colleague and friend, Julie Synott, told us: “Ann is an inspiration to us all and admired by everyone. She’s put so much hard work in over the years and we all thank her for it.”

The ASDA Facebook post thanking Ann for her service attracted 1000 likes and 220 comments, with many Clydebank residents thanking and congratulating Ann.

Dave Ingham commented: “Ann you are my favourite kiosk worker keep up the good work and I’ll see you soon! The world needs more people like you! Always a smile and never shy of a conversation.”

While former colleague, Jackie Smith, wrote: “Well done Ann, always very pleasant and always has a smile, from an ex colleague and present customer x”

Ann explained to the Post: “There are both customers and colleagues who have become my friends over the years – it’s hard not to make friends when you see people so often!”