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Ipswich: Building society is helping customers survive winter

10:09 26 November 2012

Ipswich Building Society Chief Executive, Paul Winter, is supporting the

Ipswich Building Society Chief Executive, Paul Winter, is supporting the 'Surviving Winter' campaign. Paul is pictured at the Ravenswood branch of the building society.

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IPSWICH Building Society is leading the way among Suffolk businesses by offering its support again this year to Suffolk’s Surviving Winter Appeal.

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The Suffolk Foundation and Age UK Suffolk are extremely grateful for the support that Ipswich Building Society is giving to this year’s appeal.

A spokesman said: “After supporting the Surviving Winter Appeal last year, Ipswich Building Society was overwhelmed by the astounding response the appeal received and as a result will be fully behind it again this year, helping to raise money to support the older population in Suffolk this winter.”

Posters are already up and pledge forms available in all Ipswich Building Society branches to help raise awareness for this year’s Surviving Winter Appeal and accept donations.

Please visit your local Ipswich Building Society branch to offer your support.

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