Store hands over token cash to charities

The photograph shows Stephen Lloyd M.P, who nominated Special Parents, with Mrs Mavis Mower, Rachel Moran and her daughter, in front of the Asda Community Board.
The photograph shows Stephen Lloyd M.P, who nominated Special Parents, with Mrs Mavis Mower, Rachel Moran and her daughter, in front of the Asda Community Board.

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.