Our 12 Charities of Christmas competition was a huge success with entries from 83 from Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside who between them generated an amazing 37,527 votes
Blog Category: Gladstone Brookes
Once again the generosity of staff from Gladstone Brookes will mean that under-privileged children throughout the greater Warrington area and into the rest of Cheshire will be waking up to a present from Santa GB on Christmas morning with more than £1,000 worth of toys and Christmas gifts
Payouts continue to rise
Latest PPI figures released by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) revealed that lenders have paid £32.9 billion between January 2011 and September of this year.
This year’s Children In Need Appeal set yet another record by raising £50, 593,013 on the night, including a £400 donation from Gladstone Brookes.
Bradley Gleave is a man with a mission and the drive to take him half way round the world to Tokyo in 2020 to represent Britain in the Paralympics.
When Carl Woods lost his grandma to cancer five weeks ago she was just the latest of a series of victims in his family of that most dreaded of diseases – cancer.
Our charity of the month for August was Mencap, nominated by Adam Mackay who presented our cheque for £400 to the charity’s Daisy Brown.
This month’s charity is very personal for Lyndsey Byrne from Accounts who wanted our £400 donation to go to a charity devoted to helping people with cerebral palsy and disability.
For many of us the very word strikes fear into our heart. Cancer – a horrible disease in its many forms and a dreadful way to die.
There’s probably not a family in the land which has not been affected by it and it knows no boundaries – rich or poor, old or young.
Bank and building society branches are disappearing from our high streets at a rate of 60 a month, according to a new report by Which? Money.
Its research has shown that 2,868 branches have closed their doors since 2015 or will do by the end of the year. The rate of closures is also accelerating.