A SUPERMARKET has handed over the latest round of cash to local charities as part of its token voting scheme.
Every two months Asda asks shoppers to use a green token to vote for which of a host of suggested charities they want a £200 prize pot to be donated to.
And top of the pile recently was the Eastbourne & District Cardiac Support Group, while two runners- up, Hazel Court School and Special Parents, were each given £50 cheques.
The three charities in the running for September are Lark in the Park, St Wilfrid’s Hospice and Canine Partners.
Pictured: Stephen Lloyd, MP, who nominated Special Parents, with Mavis Mower, Rachel Moran and her daughter, in front of the Asda Community Board.