Bromley shopping centre’s partnership with Dementia Action Alliance awarded

PUBLISHED: 11:41 12 October 2015 | UPDATED: 11:41 12 October 2015

Intu Bromley team at a Dementia Friends session

Intu Bromley team at a Dementia Friends session


The partnership received a corporate responsibility prize

Intu Bromley shopping centre was awarded for it’s partnership with Dementia Action Alliance.

The centre was given £2,000 as second prize in the intu chairman’s corporate responsibility prize.

Over the last year, Bromley shopping centre has been working with Dementia Action Alliance, to help those with dementia in the local area to live well in their community.

The prize money was awarded to the centre’s chosen charity, with intu chairman Patrick Burgess visiting Bromley to award the prize and meet the team.

Craig Higgins, marketing manager at intu Bromley said: “We’re thrilled to have been awarded second place at the Chairman’s CR Prize,

“As a company, intu strives to deliver world class service to all our customers, so we want to ensure intu Bromley is accessible for everyone. From accessible parking to training for staff, our aim is to make all our customers feel valued and part of the community. We’re really pleased to have been able to donate our prize money to the Dementia Alliance as they continue to transform the lives of those affected by dementia.”

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