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Charities benefit from new store opening

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Donations of £250 were presented to two local good causes at an official opening ceremony for the new £1.2 million Goxhill Food Store.

Goxhill Parish Council received £250 after the ribbon was cut on Wednesday 15th February. The Council plans to use to buy benches for a community green space.

Goxhill Parish Councillor Mike Gathercole said: “We’re grateful for this fantastic donation which will help us complete a large garden project for residents in the village. The benches will provide a place for locals to sit back and enjoy the serenity of their surroundings.”

Current Community Champion Framework, a local homelessness charity, also benefitted from a £250 donation which will be added to the amount they receive from being chosen Champions.

The Community Champions scheme is one of the ways Lincolnshire Co-op shares its profits. Every time a member shops at an outlet using their dividend card, a donation goes to the chosen Champion at that time which is currently homelessness charities. Money from the carrier bag levy and fundraising activities is also added to the pot.

Find out more here.


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