IT’S ‘beep beep’ supermarket sweep as shoppers in Port Glasgow get the chance to make a trolley dash for charity.

Bosses at Aldi in Port Glasgow have launched a competition offering one local shopper the chance to do a five-minute trolley dash in store and keep all the food items they can grab. 

The big-hearted supermarket staff will then donate the cash value of the trolley to a local foodbank. 

Store manager Sandy McKelvie is encouraging everyone to ‘check-out’ the competition.

He said: “It’s great to do something to help the local foodbank.

“Because we are a new store, it’s good to let people know we are here and will help whenever we can.

“It’s good to do something for the community.”

Graham Nicolson, who is the group buying director at Aldi in Scotland, says it’s important to give something back to loyal customers and at the same time help such a worthwhile cause.

He said: “The Aldi Supermarket Sweep event is a fun way for our shoppers to help support their local community and get plenty of shopping for themselves at the same time.

“By filling out an application form in the Port Glasgow store you will be entered into a draw and could find yourself filling your boots with all your Aldi favourites in no time.”

Shoppers have to get their skates on as the closing dates for entries is tomorrow at 7pm.

To take part, people must be over 18 and only food items will be included in the sweep.

Entry forms are available at Aldi in Port Glasgow.