Customers raise close to £2m in town store

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A north Northumberland shop has raised almost £2million for good causes through selling lottery products.

Queen Street Convenience Store based in Amble has now raised £1,823,577 for National Lottery Good Causes.

A new poster will be on display in the store to highlight this outstanding achievement and to remind National Lottery players of their ongoing contribution to life-changing causes.

Store manager Kevin Rutherford said: “I’m so proud that our customers have helped to raise so much money for National Lottery Good Causes.

“I couldn’t believe the figure when my Camelot representative told me.

“It’s great news for our local area, as well as for communities across the UK.”

Find out more about National Lottery-funded projects in the area by searching Lottery Good Causes online.