Nottingham Building Society's Bourne branch
The Lincolnshire town of Bourne is located on a Roman road (now known as King Street) close to the A15 and A151. Its economy largely centres on agriculture and food preparation for supermarkets, but it also has previous strong links to the British motor racing industry and the production of bottled mineral water. Bourne is surrounded by many historic hamlets, including Cawthorpe, Dyke and Twenty.
Our Bourne branch has a prominent town centre location on North Street, close to a pharmacy, shops and cafes. The friendly and professional team of expert customer services consultants and assistants will be happy to assist in opening a new young saver account, ISA, helping find the right mortgage, a funeral plan or anything else in our range of building society services.
Services available at our branch include:
Bite-sized fact: Bourne was built around natural springs and its name derives from the Anglo-Saxon burna or burne, meaning water or stream.
Bourne is located near: Lound, Market Deeping, South Witham, Spalding, Stamford, Thurlby and Wilsthorpe.
Bourne branch in the news
Bourne Town Juniors score £250
Our Bourne branch provided £250 for new kit for Bourne Town Junior Football Club Under-10 Reds.
The support came after a member recommended the youth set-up as a fantastic community organisation.
Customer Services Consultant Mary Charles (pictured with club representative Ken Grant) said: “We were looking to support a junior club close to us as part of one of our community pillars - Backing Local Sport.
“So when the customer came in to discuss their savings accounts and mentioned Bourne Town Juniors it felt like it was meant to be! Hopefully having the name of The Nottingham emblazoned on their shirts will bring the team lots of success.”
Staff box off help for local charity
Bourne colleagues reached a century milestone for charity recently - collecting over 100 gift-stuffed shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child.
A fantastic number of kind-hearted people visited the branch drop-off point for the Samaritan’s Purse initiative to provide toys, hygiene items and school supplies to children that need them.
Our branches in Stamford and Spalding also participated.