For Abbey now read Santander
CHOCOLATES, coffee and balloons were given to customers and their children to celebrate the rebranding of the St Neots branch of a national bank. Abbey has changed its name to that of its parent company, Santander, and branches across the UK have been hol
CHOCOLATES, coffee and balloons were given to customers and their children to celebrate the rebranding of the St Neots branch of a national bank.
Abbey has changed its name to that of its parent company, Santander, and branches across the UK have been holding celebrations to mark the occasion.
On Monday (January 11) staff at Abbey in High Street, St Neots, gave out refreshments and gifts to 100 customers to mark the change.
The branch is also giving away �250 to one of three Cambridgeshire based charities. Customers have until February 26 to vote in the branch for Samuel Pepys Special School, Wood Green Animal Shelters or youth organisation Natural High.
Branch manager Sue Oakes said: "This is a major step forward for financial services and a great rebranding for Abbey in St Neots, and we were happy to share this with our customers."
The Huntingdon branch is due to be re-branded next week.
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Pictured at Santander in St Neots are staff (left to right) Vicki Harrison, Sue Oakes, Peter Millard, Christine Wickendon, Pepi Mastrandrea and Sara Hughes.