Skegness team show bags of interest

Colleagues at our Skegness branch kept a New Year’s resolution to help families in need when they recently handed over a sizeable donation to a local food bank.

Building society and estate agency staff went into 2017 appealing to customers to visit the branch and donate spare non-perishable items to Skegness Community Larder, based at The Storehouse.

And last week they received a visit from food bank representative Alan Bailey and handed over two large boxes of food - the equivalent of 20 carrier bags full!

Customer reviewer Charley Prince, seen pictured with Alan, said: “We had a fantastic response from so many kind-hearted customers and were really proud to be able to hand over so many items to the food bank.

“The Nottingham prides itself on making a real difference in the communities in which it trades and Skegness Community Larder means an awful lot to many people around here so there was a real nice fit.

“A big thank-you goes to everyone who contributed.”

The Nottingham has supported The Storehouse, who predominantly help people via a debt advice service, before. In the summer of 2016 they received a £3,000 Grant For Good from us to help with their work.

Charley and Alan, at Skegness Community Larder

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