09:00AM, Sunday 03 December 2017
Workers from Marks & Spencer in the High Street raised more than £3,700 for the Alexander Devine charity.
Erica Forisky, section manager at the shop, said: ”We decided to raise money for the charity because it is a cause close to our hearts.
“We set up a cycling machine outside and our customers were very generous.”
Staff from the shop have been visiting the children’s hospice site in Woodlands Park to see the progress.
Erica said: “Even though they’ve finished the building they still need money to kit it out and pay for the services.
“We can’t take our foot off the pedals.”
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