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Mortgages through the bank of mum and dad
Result! Forest fan Jack scores signed shirt
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We reward inspirational Larna
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Why honesty is the best insurance policy
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Teresa puts the fun in funeral planning
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Delighted quartet shop £500 each
Worksop's hospice support piles on the pounds
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The Eastwood mayor joined our mascot the Sheriff of Nottingham at a football fun day to raise funds for a local team.
Community project The Drop Inn is £3,000 better off thanks to one of our Grants For Good.
Our Eastwood branch continue to get their claws into the local community – with their continued sponsorship of a local junior football team even inspiring the deputy mayor to be ‘feline’ good.
Our Matlock branch has been partaking in some ‘air raising’ charity activity alongside local junior school All Saints.
People visiting our Harpenden branch of Harrison Murray Estate Agency and The Nottingham are benefitting not just from a wide range of products and services but also a passion for excellent customer service.
Our Rothley branch building society and easte agency team are proud to have raised over £2,500 for local charities at this year’s Rothley Duck Race.
Local youngster Phoebe Thompson attended a popular Belper children’s music festival - and proved to be right on song by landing a prize from our branch in the Derbyshire town.
Our Ashbourne team are bowled over to be involved with the local cricket club.
Kind-hearted colleagues from our Chesterfield branch swapped business suits and brogues for t-shirts and comfortable shoes to walk through the night and raise £250 for Ashgate Hospicecare.
Our Stapleford branch has been named a ‘Safe Place’ for people with learning difficulties.
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