Kids Can Make Free Christmas Snow Globe at Local Metro Bank On Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th December, the UK’s community bank, Metro Bank, will host a complimentary Christmas craft weekend event where kids can create their own festive snow globe.
Over 30 SME business owners attended the first post pandemic network event after nearly two years at Metro Bank’s Liverpool Street store this week. Headlining the event was Liz Barclay, the Small Business Commissioner, who spoke passionately about the issue of late payments.
Metro Bank colleague Andrea Gallo spent his Day to Amaze preparing meals for up to 60 homeless people around London’s St Pancras.
On 29th October, the UK’s community bank, Metro Bank, will join hundreds of businesses and individuals in Eastbourne to celebrate St Wilfrid’s Hospice 40th anniversary. Over the past four decades, St Wilfrid’s Hospice has touched the lives of thousands in the community providing end of life care and support.
Metro Bank colleagues from the Luton store have delivered Money Zone - a financial education workshop to year 7 students at Chiltern Academy – a local secondary school. The aim of the complimentary workshop is to help instill financial knowledge in students from a young age.
On Wednesday 13th October (12p.m – 2p.m), Epsom colleagues from the UK’s community bank, Metro Bank, will participate in ‘Epsom Mental Health and Well-Being Festival’ – an annual week-long event staging a series of empowering events aimed at celebrating, supporting and showing love to one another. This festival is organized by the Love Me, Love My Mind charity that promotes a deeper understanding of mental health and supports the wellbeing of people in the community.
Bromley Metro Bank Marathon Runner Fundraises For Local Hospice
Metro Bank, the UK’s community bank, has been committed to providing in store services in the Welsh language and now its customers can use its Automated Teller Machines (ATM) in both English and Welsh.
On Saturday 18th September, Orpington colleagues from the UK’s community bank, Metro Bank, will participate in ‘Parksfest’ in Wynford Way Field. Parksfest celebrates the town through a series of exciting activities including a dog show and cultural entertainment for the whole family.
Metro Bank champions its local communities and colleagues from the Birmingham store will not only walk in the Pride parade but also distribute rainbow themed fun gifts from its branded stall including foam snap bands, flower stickers, heart stickers and rainbow stickers to participants.