Barnardo's children given a day to remember

Barnardo's children given a day to remember

Eight disabled local children have just been given a day to remember, as four NatWest Private Banking members took them, their parents and a carer from Brighton Barnardo's for a day out at Chessington World of Adventures.

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22 August 2011

NatWest staff from offices and branches across Sussex joined together to donate the funds needed to make the trip possible and were giving a big helping hand from Peter Lea of Eastbourne Executive Travel in Pevensey - who provided the transport free of charge.

Commenting on the day, NatWest Private Banking Manager, Jennifer Homewood, who co-ordinated the fundraising and was one of those who made the trip said: "I'd like to say a big thank you to my colleagues around the county who donated so generously and who, along with Peter Lea from Eastbourne Executive Travel, made this trip possible. Barnardo's do a fantastic job and we are just pleased that we can do our little bit to help them. The smiles on the children's faces were magical."

Anyone wanting to find out more about Barnardo's and how they can help, can visit their website:

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