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Lloyds Bank Commercial Team Cycle in Support of Autism

Posted on 6th June 2019

Lloyds Bank Merseyside Commercial Team took on the Wirral Circular Trail to raise funds for Autism Initiatives

A team of 12 from Lloyds Bank Merseyside Commercial Team walked, ran and got on their bikes to take on the 37 mile challenge of the Wirral Circular Trail to raise funds for Autism Initiatives.The team based in Lloyd's Bank Old Hall Street offices raised £3,970 which Lloyds Bank have generously matched to give an amazing total of £7,940.

Alex Middleton-Adams, Relationship Director SME Banking and Jenny France ,Area Director presented the cheque to Head of Enterprise Jon Gordon and Community Fundraiser Edna Green at Autism Initiatives head office in Bridle Road, Bootle.

Mr. Middleton-Adams explained: “As part of our Helping Britain Prosper plan, we are given the opportunity to support local charities either by way of fundraising activities or volunteering. The Merseyside team feel passionately about the great community work completed by Autism Initiatives and wanted to do whatever we could to support their fundraising efforts. The 37 mile Wirral circular trail represented a challenging activity for the team but thankfully the sun shone on the day and we all managed to get through it in one piece. On behalf of the whole Lloyds Bank Merseyside team, we would like to extend a big thank you to all of our clients and professional contacts who kindly donated to our fundraising efforts." 

Edna Green said “We are delighted with this amazing fundraising achievement! Well done and thank you to all who took part and to all who generously donated.  This is a brilliant example of how a corporate team can take on a challenge and raise money to make a wonderful difference to the lives of autistic children and adults.”

If your organisation, or a local group you are part of, would like to show your support through fundraising please call Ed Green on 0151 932 2213, or email us on the link below.

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