Bank's community fund launch brings cheer to Stourbridge

Lloyds Bank staff (left to right) - Brian Cartwright, commercial senior manager; Nicola Hartland, customer service assistant; Beverley Hassan, customer service assistant; and Lawrence Breese, personal banking advisor; with Pedmore Panthers cheerleaders.

Lloyds Bank staff (left to right) - Brian Cartwright, commercial senior manager; Nicola Hartland, customer service assistant; Beverley Hassan, customer service assistant; and Lawrence Breese, personal banking advisor; with Pedmore Panthers cheerleaders.

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PEDMORE Panthers paid a visit to Lloyds Bank in Stourbridge this week as a thank you for receiving £3,000 from their Community Fund.

They treated staff and customers to one of their dazzling dance routines before attempting to teach some their skills to bank staff.

The cheerleading group were nominated for the cash prize last year and want to encourage people to nominate more good causes this time around.

The Panthers used the cash to buy extra gymnastic equipment which has helped make their routines even more spectacular.

Panthers head coach Julie Pugh said: "As a result of this award we've been able to continue to offer this fantastic sport to our members at a very minimal cost to them."

Nominations for this year's Lloyds Bank Community Fund can be made online until Wednesday April 30 at www.lloydsbank.com/community fund

Community groups that are nominated will be whittled down to a shortlist; they will then be put forward to a public vote which takes place later in the year.

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