Bankers brighten up a school
A new mural has been painted in Ravenswood School’s playground, thanks to a team from Lloyds Banking Group.
Staff asked if they could visit the school in Nailsea to help as part of their annual day to make a difference.
The team worked hard to clear a long flower bed, ready for pupils to plant shrubs.
The volunteers also painted a mural depicting the inside of a shop with a counter, cash register, scales, shelves and products on sale.
Pupils and staff are delighted with the work they carried out.
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Senior Manager Aidan Downes said: “At Lloyds Bank we want to do everything we can to help Britain prosper. To us that’s not just about people’s finances, it’s about making a difference to support local communities. The team really enjoyed their day at Ravenswood School.”
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