A big hearted Birmingham bank worker rounded up colleagues to decorate an Erdington hospice after staff and volunteers there cared for her mother.
Lorraine Godfrey from Great Barr and her daughter Charlotte Holland, who both work for Lloyds Banking Group, were so pleased with the support given to mum and grandma Margaret Coull, who died from lung cancer in March at the age of 71, they decided to offer their decorating skills to the John Taylor Hospice.
The group spent the day painting the Bluebell Room as well as providing pictures, picture frames and other decorations.
Ms Godfrey, a manager at Lloyds Banking Group Business Change in Brindleyplace, said: “We are going to come back later in the autumn to do something else and we have raised some money for the hospice as well.”
Ms Holland, a flow leader at Lloyds Banking Group Securities Centre in Colmore Row, added: “It was really good that everyone wanted to support us and come along and help, we have really enjoyed being here.”
* Pictured are Anita Malcolm, Becci Weeb, Lorraine Godfrey, Yvonne Imms, Pam Holliday, Kevin Carter, Stephen Daly, Charlotte Holland and Anne Stanley.