Wigan store’s kind gift to lost pet charity

A charity reuniting lost and stolen pets with their owners has been given a boost.

Harvey’s Army received £826 from the McColl’s store in Bryn after customers bought specific products and a percentage of the money went into a fund for the good cause.

Chief executive officer James Lancaster said: “It really is wonderful that we have raised money for such a worthwhile cause. McColl’s has always been known to be charitable and we try our best to continually support the neighbourhoods in which we operate.”

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Harvey’s Army was launched after a dog of that name was killed by a car after running away from home, but no-one checked his microchipped body to locate the owners.

Only after they appealed did someone realise where his body lay and contacted them.

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