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We asked our Facebook followers to share their summer photos for #WorldPhotoDay

by - 19/08/2019 in Lifestyle Twitter logo icon link Facebook logo icon link LinkedIn logo icon link

Since we joined Facebook in April, almost 600 of our customers and fans have piled onto our page to benefit from savings tips and tricks, life hacks and information about Charter Savings Bank accounts.

As well as being a great way to pass on information about any changes we make to the way you can manage your savings account, it’s also a great place to share creative ideas about savings habits and lifestyle tips.

To celebrate #WorldPhotoDay on 19 August, we asked Facebook fans to share their favourite summer family photos - here’s a few of our favourites.

Leanne West shared this fab picture of the family holidaying in the Isle of Wight, what a great way to spend the summer – 1...2...3 jump!

We love this picture from Jo-Ann Taylor too, of Nan, Grandad and the grandkids ready to set-sail to a fun-filled day at Camp Bestival.

Who doesn’t love a trip to Cornwall?! Here Trudee Hartley’s crew are getting ready to hit the surf and make some great summertime memories, even if the sky does look a little grey.

A family holiday in Dorset, how lovely! Doug Mellon told us that he and his wife love an off the cuff photo, snapping away and capturing opportune family moments.

A fantastic photograph from Sophie Cowling as her boys make a splash and skim their way to some super summer memories.

Ready to join our Facebook savings community? Join Sophie, Leanne, Doug and others by heading over to Charter Savings Bank’s Facebook page now.

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