SHOPPERS at Tesco have helped Huddersfield schools to gain brand new computer equipment.
Pupils and teachers visited the Tesco store on Viaduct Street in Huddersfield to collect equipment the supermarket is giving out under its Computers for Schools scheme.
The scheme - which is run nationwide by Tesco - allows schools to exchange vouchers for computer equipment.
The vouchers are given out to shoppers when they buy goods at Tesco between March and September.
In the 13 years that the scheme has been running, £93m worth of computer equipment has been given out to schools.
Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman was invited to Tesco to present the computer equipment to children from participating Huddersfield schools.
These included St Joseph's Catholic Primary School at Dalton, Fixby Junior School, Mount Pleasant Junior, Infant and Nursery School at Lockwood and Moldgreen Community Primary School.