Heroic charity effort

Lakeside Village's Marks and Spencer Outlet shop presents a cheque to Help for Heroes, after several fundraising efforts.Pictured back l-r are Help for Heroes county co-ordinator for South and West Yorkshire Kevin Mitchell, Marks and Spencer staff Sue Floyd, manager Dianne Ellershaw, assistant manager Rachel Day, and Help for Heroes local co-ordinator Steve Plows. Front l-r are Marks and Spencers staff Louise Thomas, Tracy Smith, Chris Cook, and Karen Presley.  Picture: Liz Mockler D2192LM
Lakeside Village's Marks and Spencer Outlet shop presents a cheque to Help for Heroes, after several fundraising efforts.Pictured back l-r are Help for Heroes county co-ordinator for South and West Yorkshire Kevin Mitchell, Marks and Spencer staff Sue Floyd, manager Dianne Ellershaw, assistant manager Rachel Day, and Help for Heroes local co-ordinator Steve Plows. Front l-r are Marks and Spencers staff Louise Thomas, Tracy Smith, Chris Cook, and Karen Presley. Picture: Liz Mockler D2192LM

SHOPPERS have helped to raise more than £1,400 for an armed forces charity.

The M and S Outlet store at the Lakeside Village has been the venue for several fundraising ideas including cash tins at tills and tombola stalls in aid of Help for Heroes.

Merchandise from the armed forces charity was also sold in the store.

Generous folk helped to raise £1,412 in total from the past year of fundraising.

The donation was handed over to Help for Heroes volunteer co-ordinators Kevin Mitchell and Steve Plows.