Credit Unions in UK

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North East Warrington Credit Union - Credit Union in Warrington01925 492688
North East Warrington Credit Union (NEWCU) is a not-for-profit financial cooperative run by volunteer members of our local community. NEWCU is committed to providing equitable and fair savings and loans to all members of our community whilst giving commercially competitive saving dividend returns and loan rates. No credit check is carried out to obtain loans. If you live or work in the Borough of Warrington and are thinking of going to a payday lender call us first. We do our best to say
North West EnglandCheshireWarringtonWA2 0BD   Telfer House, 2 Cinnamon Lane, Fearnhead
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South Wiltshire Credit Union - Credit Union in Salisbury01722 421881
Credit Unions are non-profit making Co- operatives. Co-operatives or Mutual Societies have been around for centuries; they were established to enable tiny or huge communities aid each other through sharing skills, food, property and money around the entire community in such a way that every personal could both contribute to the community and benefit through having access to something they needed which they couldn't otherwise afford. In the UK Building and Friendly Societies became the most
South West EnglandWiltshireSalisburySP2 9HU   60 Pinewood Way
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Renfrewshire Wide Credit Union - Credit Union in Paisley0141 889 7442
A Credit Union is a financial cooperative owned by its members. It has a volunteer Board of Directors democratically elected by the membership in AGM. Volunteers and team run the day-to-day business of the Credit Union. A Common Board, such as living in an area, working for an employer or being combined with a club (or combination of theme) joins all members. A Credit Union is a non for profit organisation run to benefit all members. The objective of a Credit Union is to encourage members to
ScotlandRenfrewshirePaisleyPA1 2AF   39 High Street
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Lincolnshire Credit Union - Credit Union in Lincoln01522 528 886
We do not need to focus on high profits paid to shareholders by dividends. Instead, we concentrate on you, our members. Although we're a local credit union, run and operated by people dedicated to a better Lincolnshire economy, we're affiliated to ABCUL - a national trade association (Association of British Credit Unions Ltd. It is our goal for the Credit Union to become a self-sustaining financial organisation that can benefit all of the local community, whether by delivering a safe and
East MidlandsLincolnshireLincolnLN5 8BE   18 High St
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LASA Credit Union - Credit Union in Swansea01792 643 632
What is a Credit Union? A credit union is a cooperative financial institution, owned and controlled by the members who use its services. Credit unions serve groups that share a common bond, such as where they work, live or go to church. Credit unions are not-for-profit and exist to supply a safe, convenient place for members to save money and to get loans and other financial services at reasonable rates. In credit unions, the members are the owners. Benefits of ownership include better rates
WalesSwanseaSwanseaSA1 6AR   10 Calvert Ter
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Oldham Credit Union - Credit Union in Oldham0161 678 7245
Oldham Credit Union is one of the vanguard of New Model? Credit Unions. Unlike older credit unions it is not restricted to one employer or a tiny geographic area but covers anyone who lives or works in the Borough of Oldham including the surrounding towns of Chadderton, Failsworth, Shaw, Royton and Saddleworth. It has a valued link with Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council but has agreements with other organisation and firms to supply services too their
North West EnglandGreater ManchesterOldhamOL1 3BG   9 Albion Street
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Credit Unions028 90351040
The modern Credit Union Movement traces its origins to Germany and to Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffiesen, the Mayor of a tiny town in southern Germany who in 1849 formed societies which later turned into Credit Unions The purpose of these Credit Unions was to enable people to aid themselves in relieving debt and proverty. Raiffeisen considered the following conditions as essential to the success of the Credit Union
Northern IrelandCounty AntrimBelfastBT15 2GF   239-241 Duncairn Gdns
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Bedford Credit Union - Credit Union in Bedford01234 346352
Credit unions are financial co-operatives owned and controlled by their members. They provide savings and great value loans plus they are local, ethical and know what their members want. Each credit union has a Common Bond which determines who can become a member of the credit union. The common bond for Bedford Credit Union relates to people living or working within the areas specified on the Common Bond Page. Explore our website to discover how you can 'Save' and 'Borrow' from Bedford Credit
East EnglandBedfordshireBedfordMK40 1SQ   6 Street Paul's Sq
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Hartlepool Credit Union - Credit Union in Hartlepool01429 863542
There are over 600 credit unions in Britain with over 500, 000 members in the UK. Credit Unions are non-profit making financial co-operatives providing a savings and loan service that exists soley to benefit its members. Anyone who lives or works in Hartlepool is eligible for Membership to Hartlepool Credit Union ltd. Do you want to save for Christmas, a holiday, tuition fees, school uniform, something for the home or that special occasion? Would you like the possibility to borrow money at low
North East EnglandCounty DurhamHartlepoolTS24 8AT   3-4 Av Road
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Drumchapel Community Credit Union0141 944 8593
Drumchapel Community Credit Union was established in Febuary 1970 and was possibly one of the 1st, if not the 1st, Credit Union in Scotland. The Credit Union is what is recognised as a financial cooperative. It has an founded common bond from which its membership is drawn. Drumchapel Community Credit Unions common bond is defined as the G15 postcode area and, therefore open to anyone living in that locality. These members save together, and, from the pool of money collected, re-lend that money
ScotlandGlasgowGlasgowG15 7PX   106 Tallant Rd
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