A DRUMCHAPEL shopper has won Aldi's Supermarket Sweep challenge.

Jennifer Provan took part in the five-minute trolley dash for charity on Sunday 19 May.

She raised £1,277.24 for a local foodbank while picking up £638.62 in Aldi products for herself.

As well as taking home a trolley full of goodies, Jennifer successfully found the hidden inflatable in store, meaning Aldi Scotland doubled the total value of her haul and donated the lump sum to her nominated charity, Drumchapel Food Bank.

She said: “I’d like to thank the Aldi team in Drumchapel for the amazing supermarket sweep on Sunday.

"I had the best time. I was so nervous beforehand, but everyone was so nice and helpful.

"And the amount raised for the food bank was phenomenal, I’m sure they’ll be delighted when they find out.

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“I’ve shared the shopping I picked up with friends, family and neighbours who are all so happy and plan to raffle the pizza oven for CHAS as I volunteer at the hospice through work.

Liz Atkinson, manager, Drumchapel Foodbank, added: “A huge thank you to Jennifer for choosing us as the charity to benefit from her trolley dash.

"As a charity that relies purely on the generosity of local businesses, organisations, and the local community, Jennifer’s donation of £1,277.24 will make a significant difference in our efforts to bring comfort and support to those in need within our community.”