Bishop Cleeve's NatWest team hold meet and greet evening


Bishop Cleeve's NatWest team hold meet and greet evening

The team at NatWest’s Bishop Cleeve branch would like to invite customers and non customers alike to an informal complimentary cheese and wine evening to be held at the branch on Tuesday 15 May from 5:30pm to 7pm.

26 April 2012

The aim of the evening is very simple – feedback has suggested that customers of the branch value a personal service, so the team wanted to give people the chance to get to know them better in a more informal setting.

As well as branch manager Michael Price and his team, attendees will also have the chance to meet Lemara Hibbert, NatWest’s newly appointed local CEO for the Gloucestershire area.

"In our busy lives it’s easy for customers and staff alike to forget that as a team we all live in, and are part of, the communities we serve, and therefore often share common interests, experiences and goals. Our customers have said they would welcome getting to know the people behind the uniform a bit more, so that is what this event is all about."

Michael Price, Branch Manager

"Hopefully this event will give people the chance to see that our commitments to being at the heart of the communities we serve and providing people with an outstanding service, aren’t just words on our Customer Charter and Helpful Banking pledges, but serious commitments which each and every one of us has signed up to bring to life."

Lemara Hibbert, NatWest’s local CEO for Bishops Cleeve and the surrounding area

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