A SUPERMARKET chain is looking for Huddersfield charity workers to open one of its new-style shops.
And Tesco is offering £500 to the charity whose representatives cut the red tape at its Express store in New Hey Road, Marsh.
The convenience shop is being built on the site of the former Westbourne Service Station, at the junction with Thornhill Road.
Construction is well under way and the opening ceremony is planned for Monday, November 15.
A Tesco spokeswoman said: "We feel it is important to help charities who do so much for others. This is their chance to help us out and secure funds for themselves.
"We want to hear about your charity, why you feel it deserves to be recognised and how the money will benefit the people it helps.
"Charities can nominate themselves and judges from Tesco will decide the most deserving winner."
The store will trade from 6am to 11pm seven days a week.There are more than 450 Tesco Express stores in the UK.
* Anyone wanting to make a nomination should write and say why their charity should win and what they will do with the £500. Send entries to: Tesco Charity Competition, Newsdesk, The Huddersfield Daily Examiner, PO Box A26, Queen Street South, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, HD1 2TD. Entries must be received by Wednesday, November 3. Someone from the charity must be available on November 15 if they win.