bank raises over £200 for Children In Need from kids contest
Easter-themed competition at a Burnham-On-Sea bank has raised
hundreds of pounds for a good cause.
Bank in Burnham's High Street has raised £227 for Children
In Need by holding a kids colouring competition.
winners were presented with their prizes on Friday (April 10th)
by town Mayor Martin Cox and bank staff.
Manager Bryn Henson said: "We were delighted to raise a good
sum for our national charity of the year, which was match-funded
by Lloyds. There was a great response from our customers and their
families for the competition and we thank all those who entered."
winners were judged by Town Centre Manager Bev Milner Simonds,
who added: "It was a real pleasure to be asked to judge the
Lloyds Bank competition. There were so many beautiful pictures
and choosing the winners was tough. It is really great to see
a big brand like Lloyds engaging at a local level through simple
competitions like this. It was also great to hear more about their
fundraising matching scheme and the donation to Children in Need."
Winners Venice, Millie, Kassey and Poppa with Mayor Martin Cox,
Lloyds Bank's Bryn Henson and Bev Milner Simonds