Sainsbury's Halloween fundraisers

Supermarket staff in Nantwich helped spook a few customers and raise money for their local hospital.

Workers at Sainsbury’s, on Middlewich Road, had fun in the store by paying £1 each to wear Halloween fancy dress.

And the money raised was put towards the store’s Charity of the Year, the ‘One in Eleven’ Appeal.

The store also held a cake sale in the staff canteen. All cakes had a Halloween theme and £95 extra was raised.

“The event was so successful it has been decided to hold a similar event near Christmas with staff making cakes and candies as well as craft items,” said store spokeswoman Olwyn Payton.

The “One in Eleven” Appeal aims to raise money for a new neo-natal unit at Leighton Hospital.

The appeal recently benefited from a massive £1.5 million donation from the Frank Hockenhull Trust.

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