Shop at Preston Morrisons online and help CLIC Sargent
0 Have your say Morrisons shoppers buying their groceries online this month, have the chance to make a small donation to the children’s cancer charity CLIC Sargent.
The process is simple, customers can add their chosen amount of donation to their basket by simply clicking a button before they checkout.
Anyone who donates will receive a “thank you” card from CLIC Sargent, which has been designed by six-year-old Georg Ilott from Preston.
Georg, from Fulwood, who is receiving his treatment at The Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, has been busy over the summer designing the card for the... read more
- 10:20 Sheffield man locked up for threatening teenagers with knife during...
- 10:20 Lancaster MP Cat Smith slams Home Office over treatment of...
- 10:20 Another Bowland hen harrier mysteriously disappears near grouse...
- 10:20 Brexit ‘won’t do anything to improve towns that voted to leave’,...
- 10:20 Huawei boldly claims its Mate 20 X phone can take on the...
- 10:20 Why this Stellenbosch blew me away
- 10:19 Iceland is selling three pizzas, two garlic bread baguettes and a...
- 10:19 Man suffers fractured jaw in Kettering assault
- 10:19 ‘Cancer-risk gene meant I had no option but to have surgery’, says...
- 10:19 Religious hate crime on the rise across Northamptonshire
- 10:19 Police appeal to trace this Corby man
- 10:17 Religious hate crime increases by 50% in the region
- 10:17 Fears pub industry could take a hit if beer duty is raised
- 10:17 Motorists may be required to give way to pedestrians and cyclists...
- 10:17 More incidents of racist hate crime reported in Derbyshire
- 10:16 Firefighters put kitchen blaze out at Nelson house
- 10:16 Man electrocuted when he climbed on top of train after going to...
- 10:15 Motorists may be required to give way to pedestrians and cyclists...
- 10:15 Michael Carrick reveals details of Sir Alex Ferguson revealing...
- 10:15 Blackpool MPs hail blueprint to boost resort by 2030
- 10:13 More incidents of racist hate crime reported in Derbyshire
- 10:13 Religious hate crime increases by 50% in the region
- 10:13 North Tyneside’s pub industry could take a hit if beer duty is raised
- 10:13 Tynemouth MP gives his support to wear it pink fundraiser
- 10:13 Raising a glass to Admiral Lord Collingwood
- 10:13 Banksy reveals that paint shredding didn’t actually go to plan
- 10:13 North Shields shop wins prestigious food award
- 10:12 Man suffers fractured jaw in Kettering assault
- 10:12 Religious hate crime on the rise across Northamptonshire
- 10:12 'Horrific' footage reveals fish suffocating to death on industrial...