News Articles in 2013

Winners of the Annual Fireworks Safety Poster Competition


Children from over 40 schools in Bath and North East Somerset entered the Fireworks Safety poster competition in 2013 sponsored by Bath Building Society and supported by The Rotary Club and Bath & North East Somerset Council. The winners of the five categories were given a money voucher to open a Bath Building Society Account and a 51 piece art set: 4-5 years Ben Walker Tori-Olivia Blackmo…

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Judging of The Fireworks Poster competition 2013


Children from over 40 schools in Bath and North East Somerset have been busy in their first few weeks of term designing their Fireworks Safety posters for the Annual competition sponsored by Bath Building Society and supported by The Rotary Club and Bath & North East Somerset Council. Posters have been judged on their Fireworks safety message and artistic merit. The competition has four age gr…

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Bath Building Society ladies take part in the Dorothy House Midnight Walk


Congratulations to a few of the Bath Building Society ladies (Caroline Brewer, Anne Hopkinson and Corinne Stokes) who have recently taken part in the Dorothy House Midnight Walk in Bath and between them they have raised almost £320. When hundreds of women set off on this year’s Bath Midnight Walk, they knew they would be raising funds for one of Dorothy House Hospice Care’s core services: Hosp…

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Bath Building Society launches the annual Fireworks Safety Poster Competition


Bath Building Society, The Rotary Club and Bath & North East Somerset Council have this week launched the annual Fireworks Safety Poster competition at Widcombe Infant School in Bath. Some of the Judges of the competition went to the school to see how the children were getting on with their posters. Alan Keeling and Trevor Dawson from The Rotary Club and Tiffany Hardie-Evans from Bath Building…

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Bath Building Society has this week announced its charity of the year as Dorothy House.


Dick Jenkins, Chief Executive of the Society, said: “As a local business, we were keen to find a Charity to work with us and have similar local values to ourselves and Dorothy House was a good match! They are a well organised and well respected group with a big presence in Bath. They touch people’s lives in a sympathetic and tangible way at a crucial time in a person’s life when they need the …

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