Every little helps as Tesco donates £1,000 to RNLI

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Paul Best, store manager of Tesco in Scarborough, presents a cheque for �1000 to the RNLI in the town.
Pictured Paul with l-r, John Senior, lifeboat operations manager, George Whitlow, mechanic, Emma Ayton-Phillips, people manager at Tesco, Colin Woodhead, chairman, Val Johnson, RNLI treasurer and Carl Walsh, crewman.



Photograph by Richard Walker/ www.imagenorth.net
Tesco Paul Best, store manager of Tesco in Scarborough, presents a cheque for �1000 to the RNLI in the town. Pictured Paul with l-r, John Senior, lifeboat operations manager, George Whitlow, mechanic, Emma Ayton-Phillips, people manager at Tesco, Colin Woodhead, chairman, Val Johnson, RNLI treasurer and Carl Walsh, crewman. Photograph by Richard Walker/ www.imagenorth.net

Scarborough RNLI has been thanked for its work saving lives off the shores of the east coast with a bumper donation from the Tesco store on Westwood. The Scarborough store has made a £1,000 donation to the lifeboat station on West Pier as

part of its commitment to support local charities and good causes. Paul Best, manager of the Westwood store and people partner Emma Ayton-Phillips visited the lifeboat station to hand over the cheque and also had a guided tour.

David Barry, Scarborough RNLI press officer, said: “As a charity, the support we receive from the local community means a lot to us as it enables us to do the best job possible. We are extremely grateful to Tesco for supporting us in this way.”