Hannah’s Holiday Home Appeal given a welcome boost

Pam Marshall with Abbey Bowes, a local banker at TSB Petersfield
Pam Marshall with Abbey Bowes, a local banker at TSB Petersfield
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HANNAH’s Holiday Home Appeal has been given a welcome donation by a bank.

Partners and customers at TSB Petersfield managed to raise a total of £395 through a series of fundraising events, including two ‘name the teddy’ competitions.

The money will be used by the charity to sponsor a child in the Portsmouth area with cancer or another life-limiting illness and their family, giving them a well-earned break at one of its luxurious holiday homes.

Pam Marshall, from Hannah’s Holiday Home Appeal, said: ‘We would like to thank the TSB team at Petersfield from the bottom of our hearts for their kindness.

‘The money they are raising and the general support we are getting is helping us to deliver really important services.’

Sarah Upwood, bank manager at TSB Petersfield, said: ‘Hannah’s Holiday Home Appeal is a vital part of our local community – our team have worked really hard to make our fundraising events a success.

‘It’s fantastic to know the difference that it makes.’