BIG-HEARTED staff at Tesco in Greenock know the name of the game when it comes to fund-raising for charity.

They dressed up in Abba gear to make money, money, money to help spruce up the garden at Reach for Autism’s premises in Greenock’s Ratho Street.

They hope local businesses such as joiners and gardeners will donate materials and their skills to help improve the big garden.

Customer experience manager, Sharon Sharp, said: “We hope to help construct a sensory garden and we need rubber matting to go under trampolines. We have a great community spirit in the store.” The centre has a soft play facility, sensory room and an art and crafts area, as well as a training suite.

Examples of its work include play sessions for autistic children and their siblings, and dedicated support groups.

Founder Vicki McCarthy has won a national Real Hero award for her work setting up the centre. Sharon added: “We had a dream that everyone would be head over heels for the idea. Our colleagues said ‘I do, I do, I do’ when we asked them to take part!”