Marks and Spencer help raise cash for lots of good causes

Marks and Spencers Simply Food store donate a total of �909.92 to charities Break Through Breats Cancer, Breat Cancer Research, Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice and Prostrate Cancer Charity.  Pictured from left is Marks and Spencers store manager Tony Brown, Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice representative Jennifer Andrew, Break Through Breast Cancer representative Linda Cox, Breast Cancer Research representative Ann Wesley and Prostrate Cancer Charity representative Julie Lamb  (w120731-2)
Marks and Spencers Simply Food store donate a total of �909.92 to charities Break Through Breats Cancer, Breat Cancer Research, Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice and Prostrate Cancer Charity. Pictured from left is Marks and Spencers store manager Tony Brown, Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice representative Jennifer Andrew, Break Through Breast Cancer representative Linda Cox, Breast Cancer Research representative Ann Wesley and Prostrate Cancer Charity representative Julie Lamb (w120731-2)
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CHARITABLE staff and customers from Worksop’s Marks and Spencer Simply Food store are celebrating after raising nearly £1,000 for a variety of good causes.

The store are donating a total of £909.92 to charities Break Through Breast Cancer, BreastCancer Research, Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice and Prostate Cancer Charity.

Staff and customers raised the cash through fundraising activities such as a charity bike ride, dress-up days, bake sales, a book exchange and much, much more.

Backroom manager Matthew Nowak was thrilled at the generosity of everyone involved.

He added: “We’d like to say a massive thank you to all of our staff and customers for their incredible hard work in raising this money - we couldn’t have done it without you.”