CUSTOMERS at Morrisons in Middlewich are taking part in fun challenges to help children with cancer.

Community champion Liz Lyons has organised various games on a golden theme to raise funds for the store's adopted child cancer charity Clic Sargent.

"This charity supports parents and families whose children are going through treatment for cancer," said mum-of-six Liz, from Middlewich. "Parents have to give up jobs to be with their children and they can struggle with the expense of getting to the hospital and paying bills.

"We just want to raise awareness about this charity and help support these families."

Customers can estimate the value of a trolley full of golden goods and the person who gets the nearest will win all the items.

Winsford Guardian:

Customers at Morrisons in Middlewich are invited to estimate the value of a trolley full of golden goodies to support child cancer charity Clic Sargent

Shoppers can also guess the name of a puppy and the number of golden toffee treats in a jar.

"People in Middlewich are so kind and friendly, they really do support us," said Liz. "It is an honour to be a community champion for them. They are absolutely beautiful people."

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Liz Lyons, community champion at Morrisons in Middewich organised doorstep deliveries for elderly and vulnerable residents throughout the pandemic

Liz organised doorstep deliveries for elderly and vulnerable residents throughout the pandemic and donated food and drinks to staff working on the Covid-19 ward at Leighton Hospital.

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Staff from Morrisons in Middlewich donate food and drinks to staff at Leighton Hospital

"Residents were so thankful," said Liz. "We worked with the Middlewich Covid-19 group. It is good to work together in the community. It was lovely to spend time chatting to residents and reassuring them. It was for people who didn't have any family or friends to do shopping for them. It was a lifeline."