Birmingham Midshires Annual Reception; POST PEOPLE.The city's largest private employer threw open its doors to mark the end of a tremendous year of raising, giving and volunteering by Birmingham Midshires Birmingham Midshires is a commercial bank in the United Kingdom, a division of Bank of Scotland plc (part of HBOS). It is headquartered at Pendeford Business Park, Wolverhampton, England and has 67 offices throughout England. colleagues and Wolverhampton charities.
Scores of charities and businesses came together to celebrate the success in the community at the celebration held at BM's Pendeford base.
BM's community brand Raising, Giving and Volunteering has inspired individuals and teams to take time out and give back to the community where they live and work.
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