At the National Council for Work Experience (NCWE) Awards in London last week, the Beverley Building Society had their graduate internship programme voted as one of the top three in the country.
Members of the Beverley Building Society have chosen the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA) as winners of the Society’s charity of the month competition in February.
The Beverley Building Society is among the best internship providers in the UK as the National Council for Work Experience (NCWE) announce the short-list for its 2013 awards.
The Beverley Building Society is a drop-off point for this year’s Mission Christmas Appeal and since the 12th of November new toys have been flooding through the door.
Last month the Beverley Lions were awarded £250 as winners of the Beverley Building Society Charity of the Month competition. Geoff Rawson and Les Ford from the Beverley Lions came to the Society
The Beverley Building Society is delighted to announce the promotion of Pam Dowse to the Executive team. Pam has worked at the Beverley Building Society for nineteen years where she started as a cashier.
Last month customers of the Beverley Building Society decided to vote for the Jacob’s Well Appeal as the local charity of the month and today Jermaine Trotman, Accounts Manager for the Beverley proudly presented a cheque for £250.
Phillip Render has retired from his role as a Non Executive Director of Beverley Building Society after 26 years on the Board. Mr Render said; “During my time on the Board the assets of the Society have increased from £13m to £172m
The Beverley Building Society continued its support for the local community last week by sponsoring the Driffield Show’s Main Ring and Activity Arena.
This week has seen a festival of sport taking place at Longcroft School with activities including Frisbee Golf, Darts, Curling, Volley Ball, Track and Field events. There has also been support from Beverley Leisure Centre
The East Yorkshire market town of Beverley has three institutions: Beverley Minster, Market Cross and Beverley Building Society.
That’s what Peter Myers was told when he joined the historic mutual society last year as chief executive.