Aldi shoppers in Weston-super-Mare and the whole of Somerset helped the supermarket raise around £800 for Teenage Cancer Trust.

Residents took part in a charity raffle held last month where they could buy a £1 ticket at checkout with all proceeds being donated to Aldi's dedicated charity partner.

Flowerdown Retail Park, the store in Weston-super-Mare, sold the most raffle tickets.

The raffle was part of Aldi's larger celebration of raising £10 million for the Teenage Cancer Trust since first teaming up with them in 2017.

Liz Fox, national sustainability director at Aldi UK, said: "We would like to extend a huge thank you to all those who took part in our charity raffle to support Teenage Cancer Trust last month.

"The invaluable work they do for young people up and down the country cannot be underestimated and we will continue to do all we can to support them as we work towards our new fundraising target of £15 million by 2027."

Kate Collins, chief executive at Teenage Cancer Trust, said: "We’re very grateful to all those that took part and these vital funds will help us to make sure that young people with cancer have the best possible care that they need and deserve".