ONE lucky winner got to go wild in the aisles as a supermarket held a trolley dash to mark the end of its fundraising.
Iceland in West Street, Fareham, had been raising money for the Royal British Legion, as part of nationwide campaign run by the supermarket chain to raise £1m for the charity, which supports current and ex-service men, women and their families.
The Fareham store raised more than £1,000 through various fundraising activities, including a raffle with the trolley dash as top prize. Lucky Peggy Stares won and nominated her daughter-in-law, Katie Stares, to complete the dash on her behalf.
Katie did the dash on Sunday morning and filled the trolley with £105.29 worth of products.