Spring brings out the best in shoppers as hundreds raised for two charities

PUBLISHED: 10:10 18 April 2017 | UPDATED: 10:10 18 April 2017

Volunteers were out collection in Sainsbury's earlier this month

Volunteers were out collection in Sainsbury's earlier this month


Volunteers were out collecting over the weekend

Volunteers were out in force this month to collect for two vital local charities.

Hundreds of pounds was raised for children’s hospice Demelza and the North Kent Disabled Foundation, with collections taking place at Sainsbury’s Bexleyheath.

In total, 227.96 was raised for North Kent Disabled Foundation, while £169.33 was raised for Demelza Hospice Care for Children.

Sue Brown was one of the Demelza volunteers, she said: “The generous donations from customers mean we can continue to help more people across the Bexley area.”

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