A TROLLEY-load of food was donated to charity Redditch Nightstop thanks to kind-hearted staff and customers at PureGym.
As part of their ‘Inspiration’ scheme, staff at the Kingfisher Shopping Centre gym do local charity work every month.
“We do it to make a difference in our community,” said PureGym assistant manager Stu Baker.
“This time we chose Nightstop after seeing the excellent work it does to prevent young people from becoming homeless.”
The trolley was donated to the gym by its Kingfisher neighbours, Farmfoods, which also donated a £10 gift voucher.
After beginning to fill the trolley, it was then put inside PureGym for its customers to add to the collection.
Once full, staff members wheeled it down to the charity’s HQ on Britten Street.
Nightstop manager Susan Sadler said: “It’s fantastic to have a relationship with PureGym.
“The food will be distributed to those in need via food parcels and also to people who use our drop-in service on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 11am and 2pm.
“We can’t thank staff and customers at PureGym enough.”
For more information visit www.redditchnightstop.co.uk or call the charity on 01527 66036.