Maternity ward chosen as winning charity in Asda scheme

Pip Andrews, left, lead post natal midwife at the Royal Sussex with Kerry Ancell from Asda

Pip Andrews, left, lead post natal midwife at the Royal Sussex with Kerry Ancell from Asda

First published in News

THE maternity ward at Royal Sussex County Hospital has been chosen as the winning charity in Asda’s green token scheme.

For the past few weeks customers at the Hollingbury store have been casting their votes in the supermarket for the charity they think is most deserving of a donation.

Staff have been giving out green tokens at the checkout for customers to place in a clear box in favour of their chosen charity.

And on Thursday, May 15, a representative from the hospital’s maternity ward was on hand to officially accept a cheque for £200 after shoppers decided it should receive the money.

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12:13am Sat 7 Jun 14

power_ranger says...

"And" should never be at the start of a sentence. Except this one.
"And" should never be at the start of a sentence. Except this one. power_ranger
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