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Evanton Co-op supermarket superheroes hand £725 boost to mental health charity SAMH


By Hector MacKenzie

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Evanton superheroes rose to the occasion.
Evanton superheroes rose to the occasion.

A TEAM of supermarket superheroes in Easter Ross had a pleasant surprise in store for a mental health charity this week.

The Evanton Co-op team banded together for a weekend of fundraising, managing to collect a total of £725 for SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health).

The effort – which put smiles on the faces of customers encountering some familiar faces in perhaps ess familiar outfits – included a raffle, colouring competition and lucky squares.

And some members of staff took part in a sponsored cycle from Beauly to Evanton on Monday.

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