Sidmouth Waitrose cheque for local school
MANY Sidmouth groups and charities have benefited from a local store s initiative to help its community.
MANY Sidmouth groups and charities have benefited from a local store's initiative to help its community.
By March, Waitrose in Stowford Rise will have given �20,000 to local organisations through its Community Matters scheme, where customers vote for three different charities for the store to donate to.
Latest to receive a cheque from Margaret Edwards-Hughes, Community Matters co-ordinator, is St Nicholas Junior School.
On Wednesday Janice May, chairman of the school's PTFA and its head, Paul Walker, accepted �190.
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They said the money would be used to provide a new community board on the bank outside school "if we get planning permission", added Mr Walker.
He said a lot of people walked past the school in Woolbrook and it would be open to use to promote other community events as well as those on at St Nicks.
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