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TSB partners lend a hand

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Local deaf charity, Gloucestershire Deaf Association (GDA), welcomed the help of TSB’s Barnwood office, when a team of 14 Partners visited the charity’s office in Gloucester to lend a hand.


As part of TSB’s community involvement programme, everyone working for TSB is given eight hours a year to get involved in their local area, to help make a difference to the local community.


TSB’s Customer Process team from Barnwood Head Office used their eight hours to support GDA with painting and decorating the charity’s reception area which had been damaged by a flood in July.


Emma Woods, Customer Process Consultant, TSB Barnwood comments:  At TSB we are all about supporting local causes that are the lifeblood of many communities across Britain.  It’s brilliant to know that the time we’ve spent with Gloucestershire Deaf Association will help it to continue to offer its much needed service to our local community.”


Gemma Sills, Communication Officer, GDA says: “We were one of TSB Barnwood’s Local Charity Partners from September 2016 to September 2017, and although our partnership has now come to an end, it’s absolutely wonderful that we’re still receiving TSB’s support.


“The team who joined us have been a huge help in redecorating our reception area which was damaged after a flood back in July, as well as sprucing up the outside.  Their help over the past year has been invaluable and we can’t thank them enough for their efforts.”




Media Team details:

Emily Kerr | emily.kerr@tsb.co.uk | T: 020 7003 9491 | M: 07766 504477

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Notes to editors:


About TSB’s Local Charity Programme


Members of the public, customers and TSB Partners can nominate local, independently registered causes to become a local charity partner. The top three most nominated eligible causes are shortlisted.


TSB has also partnered with Pride of Britain and Pride of Sport to celebrate ordinary people, like those working in local charities, doing extraordinary things in local communities all over the country.


About TSB


TSB launched back onto high streets on 9 September 2013. 


TSB was built to bring more competition to UK banking and ultimately make banking better for all UK consumers.  TSB only serves local customers and local businesses, to help fuel local economies, because communities thriving across Britain is a good thing for all of us.


We have a simple, straightforward and transparent banking model and make clear on our website how we operate and make money.  We offer the products and services people tell us they want, with none of the funny stuff people normally associate with traditional banks.


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