TSB Bank Partners have joined forces with their customers in Worthing and raised £115 for St. Barnabas by holding a British Summer Tea Party.
This brings the total raised so far by the bank for the charity to over £880.
The new mayor of Worthing, Sean McDonald, was joined by the Town Crier, Bob Smytherman, and Mary from St. Barnabas in supporting the event.
They welcomed local customers to the branch to sample the homemade cakes and refreshments, in an effort to raise money for a good cause and one that is close to the heart of many people in the local community.
Mark Banfield, bank manager at Worthing, said: “St Barnabas is a vital part of our local community and we’re really proud to have them as our Local Charity Partner. The staff worked very hard and had a lot of fun in making the day a success.”
Mary from St. Barnabas thanked the branch for the effort they have made since TSB’s partnership with the charity began in June 2015.
TSB’s sole focus is to serve local people and businesses which, in turn, helps fuel local economies across Britain.
Instead of having a centrally chosen Charity of the Year, Partners working at TSB are empowered to support a local cause that shares the Bank’s passion for helping local communities thrive.
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