We are delighted to have gathered more than 20 of our Partners from all over the country here in London for this week’s Pride of Britain Awards in partnership, for the first time this year, with TSB.
They are not just any partners but our own Pride of TSB: those of us who have gone above and beyond: ordinary people nominated by colleagues for doing something extraordinary.
They’ve come from Scotland, from Nottingham, from Norwich and from Bristol. They have come from all over Britain for all sorts of reasons.
There are partners who have raised huge sums for charity, others who have organised networking events for new partners. Some partners run a branch single-handedly, others who have been with the company for 30 years.
Tireless workers in the cause of diversity and inclusion rub shoulders with volunteers who give up their time for causes ranging from the Royal British Legion to the Guides and Brownies, MacmIllan Cancer to MIND.
They have run and hiked, biked and partied in aid of fund-raising. They have organised regular meetings and events, giving up early mornings and late nights to help others. One of them even helped stopped crime at a local branch.
These very special Partners and their guests will walk the red carpet at the star-studded Pride of Britain awards, as our Pride of TSB.
Insch’s Jade runs the small branch on her own to great effect. Her can-do attitude is praised by everyone who knows her.
Birmingham’s Sandi is the volunteer Community Ambassador for the West Midlands.
She is constantly helping charities make local connections.
Bristol’s Graeme has raised money across the HR team in memory of a fellow TSB partner who passed away in 2014
London’s Graham both ran the city’s Marathon last year raising nearly £5,000 and co-hosted the Gresham St charity quiz
Nottingham’s TSB Charity Champion Judith helped to catch the criminals who had been tampering with the local branch ATM
Norwich’s Karen has been with TSB for over 31 years. Her nickname is self-explanatory. She is loved by customers and colleagues alike.
South East Scotland’s area director Andy is behind both the annual Hike It or Bike It fund-raiser and new partner breakfast clubs
Mhairi not only manages the Savings Bank's Museum, including personally hosting guided tours for visitors, but speaks regularly in public forums about Henry Duncan, the founder of TSB.
Gareth, the local bank manager from Banbury is a restless, energetic character, who can barely keep still for five minutes in order to let us interview him!
We will be posting interviews, news, photos and videos on all of our social media channels before, during and after the awards.
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