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Charities receive cash boost thanks to store’s campaign

Asda in Blyth presenting their monthly Community Life cheques to Daft as a Brush who got �100, and runners up The Dales School and Leanne Charlton who got �25.

Asda in Blyth presenting their monthly Community Life cheques to Daft as a Brush who got �100, and runners up The Dales School and Leanne Charlton who got �25.

THREE charities have received a cash boost thanks to generous supermarket staff in Blyth.

Workers at Asda in Cowpen Road presented a cheque of £100 to cancer patient care charity Daft as a Brush.

The Newcastle-based charity proved to be a hit with shoppers having received the most votes in the store’s green coin scheme.

The runner-up charities were The Dales School, Blyth, and Leanne Charlton, who received £25 each.

This was the fifth cheque presentation to be held as part the store’s Community Life campaign, which is dedicated to supporting local community organisations within a one-mile radius of the store.

Blyth Mayor Kath Nisbet also attended the event.

 

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