Staff at a South Yorkshire supermarket have been praised for raising £6,000 for a charity which supports people with life changing illnesses.
Workers at Morrisons in Catcliffe raised one of the largest amounts for the Sue Ryder charity out of all the supermarket chain’s stores nationwide, which together raised £1 million in nine months.
A team cycled from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise the money.
The charity is using some of the money raised through its national partnership with Morrisons to fund a new online service for people with end of life care needs to ask for advice, share their experiences and information 24 hours a day.
Visit www.sueryder.org to find out more about the work of the charity.