Pupils help open cashless fuel station

Pupils help open cashless fuel station

PUPILS from St Paulinus Catholic Primary School opened a new petrol station in Dewsbury on Wednesday.

Nine-year-olds Sienna Harrop, Jack Hutton, Niamh O’Gorman and Harley Sykes cut the ribbon at Asda’s high-tech garage.

There is no kiosk at the cashless 24-hour self-service Mill Street East facility, where motorists pay by card only.

St Paulinus is one of Asda’s partner schools in which pupils take part in sponsored litter picks, sing carols in stores at Christmas and benefit on World Book Day.

Store deputy manager Louise Neaber said: “We are really pleased with the feedback on the new petrol station. We’re looking forward to welcoming lots of new customers and helping them save money on their fuel.”

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