The latest winners in Tesco project

Pictured are Lynne Mitchell, Dave Bulmer, Keith Prince, store manager Giles Baugh, Philip Wilson, Janet Robinson, Tesco community champion Anna-Marie Jenkinson and Linda James
Pictured are Lynne Mitchell, Dave Bulmer, Keith Prince, store manager Giles Baugh, Philip Wilson, Janet Robinson, Tesco community champion Anna-Marie Jenkinson and Linda James

Some of the community groups which have been given handouts from Tesco’s Bags Of Help scheme have been invited to the Bridlington store to pick up their donations.

Shoppers are given a blue token at the checkout each time they make a purchase and can choose to use it to support one of three local organisations.

At the end of each month, the group with the most tokens gets the biggest handout, with smaller amounts being given to the other two clubs.

In the latest handout, £1,392 was given to St John Burlington Brownies and Rainbows, £2,000 to Bridlington Men In Sheds and a further £1,000 to Bridlington Alexandra Bowls Club.

This month, customers can choose to give their tokens to Bridlington Nursery School, the Red Admirals Majorettes or Bridlington Ladies Netball Club.