The Riverside Miniature Railway (RMR) Club is one of three groups in the town bidding for a payout of £5,000, £2,000 or £1,000 from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative, money that comes from the 5p charge for carrier bags. Club chairman Ivan Hewlett, said: The members of RMR Club are passionate about our project and believe that our miniature railway will become a long- established and attractive addition to St Neots. One which provides a valuable community resource for the area. Voting is open in stores throughout March and April and customers will cast their vote using a token given to them at the check-out each time they shop. The RMR Club is in the process of building a station for the miniature railway and the 300-metre track will be laid shortly. The club, which is being run as a not-for-profit organisation and is reliant on donations and grant funding, hopes to open the facility at Easter.