Lighting the way at store

The Western Park cancer charity shop  Crookes was  celebrating on Friday after the shop was fully rewired and new lighting installed and a cheque donation �500 from the Sainsbury's Upper Hanover Street store (left to right): Graham Brown, CTS Shopfitting; Sarah Hayward, Sainsbury's project mnager; Sarah Cross, Weston Park Cancer Charity fundraiser; Jack Boile, volunteer; Colin Bell, Sainbury's Upper Hanover Street store manager; Linda Betts, charity shop deputy manager  and John Sowerby, volunteer
The Western Park cancer charity shop Crookes was celebrating on Friday after the shop was fully rewired and new lighting installed and a cheque donation �500 from the Sainsbury's Upper Hanover Street store (left to right): Graham Brown, CTS Shopfitting; Sarah Hayward, Sainsbury's project mnager; Sarah Cross, Weston Park Cancer Charity fundraiser; Jack Boile, volunteer; Colin Bell, Sainbury's Upper Hanover Street store manager; Linda Betts, charity shop deputy manager and John Sowerby, volunteer

PLANS to raise £1.3 million to redevelop Weston Park Hospital’s cancer treatment centre was given an early boost by a £500 donation from a new Sainsbury’s store.

Staff at the new supermarket on Upper Hanover Street, Broomhall, Sheffield, have selected the nearby hospital’s campaign as their charity for the year.

To give Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity an additional boost, CTS Shopfitting, which fitted out the store, installed new wiring and lighting at the charity’s shop in Crookes, free of charge.

Sarah Cross, fundraising assistant, said: “We are thrilled CTS Shopfitting and Sainsbury’s have been able to support us.”