A borough supermarket is helping to prevent holiday hunger by working with Radcliffe Football Club's summer camp.

Morrisons' Whitefield store on Stanley Road will continue to support its community by joining a national effort to help prevent holiday hunger this summer.

The supermarket will be donating food packages to the summer camp to help provide people with the food they need the most.

Morrisons community champion Rochelle Gardner hopes the scheme can support families and children in preventing holiday hunger. 

She said: "'I am proud to be supporting local schemes during the school holidays on behalf of Morrisons Whitefield.

"There is still such a high demand for support for families who are struggling and I am just so glad that we at Morrisons are able to help."

In total, Morrisons will be donating £100,000 worth of food to holiday clubs across the country.

Their 497 stores and 25 manufacturing and logistic sites will support school holiday activity programmes to help those in need.

The supermarket will also continue to give surplus food to causes, like food banks, through its unsold food programme.

Stores will also allow customers to use their in-store ‘Pick Up Pack’ food bank scheme.

This allows customers to purchase a bag of mixed food products, which are then distributed to food banks and community organisations by in-store community champions supporting individuals and families.