McDonald’s supports foodbank for the fifth year
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McDonald’s has donated more than £1,000 to the foodbank following fundraising efforts.
Lambtrad, the group which runs three of the restaurants in Weston, handed Weston Foodbank, in North Street, £1,138.
The drive-thru businesses, in Winterstoke Road and Worle's Queensway, donated £1 for every car that passed through on one day.
The town centre premises, in Regent Street, also donated £1 for every transaction that was made on that day.
The restaurant also accepted donations of dried and tinned foods from November 30 to December 7.
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This is the fifth year the franchise has supported the foodbank.
A spokesman from the foodbank said: "We cannot thank Lambtrad enough for supporting us with the festive fundraiser over the past five years.
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"And of course, thank you to all their customers who donated."