Store gives a helping hand

Asda presenting �200 to Chelsea Compton-Cook. 'left to right front Len Riches (Admin Manager), Georgina Compton-Cook, Max Compton-Cook and Chelsea Compton-Cook'left to right back Coral Cox, Lisa Compton-Cook and Steve Compton-Cook
Asda presenting �200 to Chelsea Compton-Cook. 'left to right front Len Riches (Admin Manager), Georgina Compton-Cook, Max Compton-Cook and Chelsea Compton-Cook'left to right back Coral Cox, Lisa Compton-Cook and Steve Compton-Cook
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Wisbech school-girl Chelsea Compton-Cook has been given a boost by shoppers at the town’s Ada store.

The family of the six-year-old, who is profoundly deaf as a result of being born 15 weeks early, is trying to raise money to buy her a new water-proof set of hearing aids.

Shoppers at the Asda store voted for Chelsea to receive a £200 donation under the store’s green token scheme. The youngster, who is a pupil at West Walton school went along to the supermarket to collect the cheque on Friday with her parents Lisa and Steve and brother and sister Max and Georgina.

The cheque was presented by Len Riches the store’s Admin Manager with the help of Coral Cox.