A BRADFORD supermarket delivered some Christmas cheer to two after school clubs on Wednesday evening.

Marks and Spencers, Bradford, Broadway donated a hamper each to One In A Million (OIAM) community hubs in Bradford and Shipley as a festive surprise for the children there.

The hampers were filled with M&S Christmas products, which included festival food favourites and some special picks from colleagues at the Broadway store.

One In A Million is a local charity that primarily supports disadvantaged kids and young people through sports, the arts, and enterprises.

At the charity's community centres, formal and informal education is used as a delivery mechanism to break the cycles of deprivation over their young lives.

Over 150 people who use the OIAM Windhill and Canterbury centres will benefit from this Christmas donation.

M&S Bradford Broadway will also be delivering hampers to the centres in Bierley and Keighley as well.

Craig McHugh, Executive at OIAM said: "We are delighted to have been chosen by the store to receive such a generous gift."

He added: "We are at the start of a new partnership with the store and are looking forward to meeting M&S Bradford Broadway customers over the coming months to highlight the support we offer for children and young people living in disadvantaged communities in Bradford."

This Christmas donation is part of a wider commitment from M&S to Bradford, with the retailer trialling a range of actions in the community to help tackle the issues that matter most locally, including education mental health and wellbeing.