A generous couple from Southampton, Andy Dickenson and fiancée Debbie Mansbridge have done a trolley dash in aid of Wave 105 Cash for Kids Mission Christmas toy appeal.
The dash took place at Sainsburys, Hedge End, and Andy, who owns gas safety system company, Intelligas, donated the entire contents of the trolley, which consisted of toys and gifts for children of all ages, to the charity which strives to help disadvantaged youngsters in the south.
Andy, who had an on-air chat with Wave 105’s Steve Power, said: “We listen to Wave 105 every day and knew about this year’s Wave 105 Cash for Kids toy appeal, Mission Christmas. We wanted to do our bit and felt that the contents of the trolley dash from Sainsburys would go directly to the children that need it this Christmas and put a smile on some faces.
“I hope that this encourages others to do the same, every child deserves some magic on Christmas day.”
Gloria Hill, charity manager, said: “Andy’s generous donation of toys and gifts will go to many children within the area who wouldn’t have otherwise received a gift this Christmas and we can’t thank him enough.”