Congratulations to Centenary Community Lunches at Boston's Centenary Church who will receive £500 for getting the most customer votes in our most recent green token period. During normal times, the team there provides a free two course meal for our homeless community in the hope that they will feel loved and cared for.
In second place was Butterwick Primary School, who will receive £200 to help them create a beautiful sensory garden as a calming and gentle place for all the children to enjoy.
Our second runner-up was Friends of Fydell House, who will also receive £200 to help look after a number of fine paintings and prints that they own to enable Bostonians and visitors to enjoy them.
If you'd like to nominate a local good cause, charity or not-for-profit group to take part in our green token scheme once the programme re-opens, please pick up a nomination form from the community board at the back of checkouts inside our store.
– Stephen, Asda community champion