A DASH and grab along the shopping aisles has raised nearly £300 for a West Fife charity.

Mandy Clarke was named as the Dalgety Bay Aldi Supermarket Sweep winner, she not only took home £282 worth of products, but also secured a donation of the same value for the Dunfermline Foodbank.

She said: “I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience and I’m delighted to have raised money for Dunfermline Foodbank. I have used the foodbank myself and it’s invaluable. Thanks Aldi.”

Sandra Beveridge, project manager at the foodbank, said: “Increasing demand and a decrease in donations amid the cost-of-living crisis has already impacted the Dunfermline Foodbank, so this donation from Aldi will go a long way to help us help families in the area put food on their table.

"We are so grateful.”

The competition was free to enter and whatever Mandy could fit into her trolley over the course of five minutes was hers to keep with Aldi matching the value of her shop for the foodbank.

Richard Holloway, regional managing director for Scotland, said: “We are proud that the Aldi Supermarket Sweep is a firm favourite across the country, and we are so pleased to bring it back this year.

"Congratulations to Mandy who managed to raise an incredible £282 for Dunfermline Foodbank and snap up a whole load of Aldi treats for herself.”