Denbeath hosts bank volunteers

Colleagues from Lloyds Banking Group at Denbeath Primary School.
Colleagues from Lloyds Banking Group at Denbeath Primary School.

Staff from Lloyds Banking Group’s Retail Learning Community Bank Training Team spent the day delivering talks to the children and parents at Denbeath Primary School recently, as part of Lloyds commitment to volunteering.

The staff spoke about finance, early forms of money and how to budget, while pupils also received a special visit from BBC Children in Need’s - Lloyds charity of the year - official mascot, Pudsey Bear. Event organiser, Linda Milne Trainer, Community Bank said: “As part of the Group’s ambition to Help Britain Prosper, we were thrilled to use our Day to Make a Difference to support this Primary school in Fife and help the community thrive.”

I would like to say a big thank you to the team of colleagues from Lloyds Banking Group

Lindsey Manton, headteacher

Lindsey Manton, headteacher, said: “I would like to say a big thank you to the team of colleagues from Lloyds Banking Group. The topic covered is part of our school curriculum and the children and staff thoroughly enjoyed their day.”