10:00AM, Saturday 05 April 2014
Bank staff in Maidenhead got sweaty at work in a charity exercise bike ride relay.
Employees from Lloyds TSB in High Street donned their trainers to cycle half-an-hour each as part of a 1,000 mile challenge on Wednesday, March 26.
The fundraiser in Maidenhead was one part of a five-day inter-branch cycle marathon.
Staff at the Slough, Bracknell, High Wycombe and Newbury branches of Lloyds TSB also helped reach the target distance on separate days.
The challenge was organised by Sam Bourne, customer services manager at Slough's Lloyds TSB, who will be cycling from John O'Groats to Lands End in September.
Lloyds TSB in Maidenhead raised £600 of the £4,000 made overall for the Alzheimer's Society.
Maidenhead branch manager Dal Mutto said: "We do a lot in the background for charity but this challenge brought what we do to the forefront."
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