A supermarket has handed out more than £10,000 to local community groups and good causes.
In total, £10,243 was raised through the Leyburn Co-op membership scheme.
This was split between the Jonas Centre in Redmire, which received £3,445, Swaledale Festival’s young artists platform, which got £3,269, and Middleham key Centre, which was handed £3,527.
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For every Co-op product a member buys and uses their membership card at the till, the customer gets five per cent reward and one per cent goes to local causes.
Joanthan said the store was supporting the Old School House in Leyburn, the Scout and Guide Hall and Harmby Under-5s in the next round of fundraising for local causes.