When Rachel Edwards left the Victoria House Care Home for a new job she just couldn’t completely cut the ties with them. She decided she would continue to volunteer and roped in husband Stefan to help out.
Blog Category: Gladstone Brookes
Our charity of the month for June was the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, nominated by Jordan Murphy who handed over our £444 donation to a local boxer who was born with the disease.
Renewing our patronage of the Warrington Wolves Foundation for the eighth year in a row, Gladstone Brookes is pleased to continue our special relationship which has proved so successful over the years.
With less than six months to go before the PPI claims deadline GB continues to win life-changing amounts of money for our clients with top spot for April going to a client who received over £110,000 for three successful claims.
Jen Marchant is the first person to nominate a charity for our new style Give All Charity Of The Month, which she shared with partner Kyle Innes who used to work in the call centre before moving to his new job with Franklaw WTW.
Linda Dawber had no idea whether or not she had ever taken out PPI because her husband dealt with all the couple’s financial matters.
Janice Smith knew she had PPI on three loans that she had with Marks & Spencer and made a claim for mis-selling direct to them.
Now in her 80s Brenda Oliver wasn’t sure whether or not she had PPI, but thought that she may have taken it on some time in the past.
Disabled athlete Adrian Derbyshire is getting ready to combine his successful anti-bullying and hate crime campaign with a new challenge as Club Captain of the Warrington Wolves Wheelchair Rugby League team.