Lloyds Bank re-opened by local children’s charity Positive Pete

PUBLISHED: 14:15 27 September 2013 | UPDATED: 14:15 27 September 2013

Denise Riley cuts the ribbon at the Beckenham branch.

Denise Riley cuts the ribbon at the Beckenham branch.


Lloyds Bank was re-launched in Beckenham on Monday, with a local children’s charity present to cut the ribbon.

Denise Riley of Positive Pete did the honours after the charity, which offers coaching and mentoring to students in Bromley, worked closely with Lloyds.

The bank offered free training facilities for eight to 18-year-olds, and eight of their south London brand managers gave up their time to mentor youngsters.

If your business would like to give time to train as mentors, offer sponsorship or donate to Positive Pete, contact Denise Riley on 020 8663 2606 or email

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