Nailsea Miners trolley dash
By Carol_Deacon | Wednesday, February 13, 2013, 14:19
A teacher from Backwell School is the lucky winner of a late night supermarket trolley dash organised by Nailsea Miners.
Backwell teacher Angela Sidwell enlists the help of her son Chris for the supermarket dash. Photos: © Kevin Leighton Photography
In the bagging area packing up the groceries. Photos: © Kevin Leighton Photography
And a big thank you goes to all the excellent Waitrose people. Photos: © Kevin Leighton Photography
Backwell School head of design and technology: food and nutrition Angela Sidwell won the race around Waitrose supermarket and took just two minutes and 24 seconds to fill her basket on wheels with goodies with the help of her son Chris.
More than £750 was raised in the Lottery 12 event for the GI Trust which supports street children in Uganda.
Organiser Mark Gould-Coates said: "We would like to thank Mrs Sidwell and family for being such good sports and Waitrose for the organisation and creating an excellent atmosphere which made the evening so special."
Nailsea Miners is a group of people who consider themselves too old for clubbing and too young for Countdown and meet regularly on Tuesday evenings at The Geroge pub at Backwell.
It is a satellite group of the Rotary Club of Nailsea & Backwell.