A MAYBOLE store raised hundreds for a young Nyara Bone.

Staff at the Co-op pulled together and took over Maybole’s community charity shop for six days to gain local support and £850 for the young tot who has a rare chromosome disorder.

The shop take over is run each year by the team at the Co-op and when they heard of Nyara’s condition they were keen to lend their support.

Team leader Christine Mcneish led the fundraiser drive and spent the full week at the pop-up shop, where she was joined by other staff who give their free team up to help.

Store manager, Alastair Travers told the Advertiser: “Christine was there for the full six days, one of the team leaders, she headed it up, its all credit to her and for the other colleagues who manned it over the week. Even those who couldn’t make it over, were there on the Friday to help set it up. Everyone played a part.”

Alastair, Christine and staff colleague Kenneth Hutchison presented the cheque to Nyara, her mum and dad.