It was sixty seconds and counting for two Yavneh College students and Camp Simcha’s chief executive, Neville Goldschneider, who went on a‘supermarket sweep’ at Borehamwood Tesco to boost collections for the charity’s Toy Drive.
Giving new meaning to the term ‘clean up in aisle four’ Year 7 students Bo Nathan and Jake Ebel, together with Goldschneider, managed to grab £200 worth of toys in the two-minute dash.
The toys were part of the 9,000 gifts collected and then distributed to children of all denominations who are spending the festive season in hospitals and hospices in and around London.
“We are very grateful to Borehamwood Tesco for so generously supporting us,” said Goldschneider. “They were such great sports and Bo and Jake were so fast and focused that we made good use of our two minutes. We got some wonderful gifts for the children.”