Supermarket ‘cheque out’ for Axe Valley ring and ride

PUBLISHED: 18:34 12 August 2011

Ring and Ride director Pete Williams and wife Shirley (left) receive the cheque from Waitrose Partner Sue Smith.

Ring and Ride director Pete Williams and wife Shirley (left) receive the cheque from Waitrose Partner Sue Smith.

Transport charity receives £300 from the Waitrose Community Champions Fund to help keep the wheels turning

AXE Valley and West Dorset Ring and Ride organisers “chequed out” from a Sidmouth supermarket £300 better off.

Pete Williams, a director of the community transport scheme, was at the Waitrose store to receive the money from their community champions fund.

Accompanied by his wife Shirley he received the giant cheque from Waitrose Partner Sue Smith.


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