Nottingham Building Society's Firth Park branch
One of the 28 electoral wards in the City of Sheffield, Firth Park lies three miles north of the city centre and just 1.5 miles from Meadowhall Shopping Centre and junction 34 of the M1. The local recreation ground, also named Firth Park, was given to the city by former Mayor of Sheffield Mark Firth in 1875. Firth also pioneered several steelworks in the area and was passionate about wanting to develop an environment with housing, leisure and green areas for his workers and their families, a concept likened to the Bournville project near Birmingham.
Our Firth Park branch has a prominent location on Bellhouse Road, close to a butchers, bakers, hair salon and restaurants. The expert team of customer services consultants and assistants will be happy to assist in opening a new young saver account, ISA, helping you find the right mortgage through our mortgage broker service, provided by Nottingham Mortgage Services, a funeral plan or anything else in our range of building society services.
Services available at our branch include
Bite-sized fact: The Northern General Hospital, located on the edge of Firth Park, is the largest teaching hospital in South Yorkshire.
Firth Park is located near: Barlborough, Barnsley, Chesterfield, Dronfield, Mexborough, Penistone, Rotherham, Sheffield, Staveley and Stocksbridge.
Firth Park branch in the news
Cape-able team support Hallam FM’s Cash For Kids
Staff from our Firth Park branch joined forces with colleagues from Sheffield Norfolk Row and Crystal Peaks for a heroic fundraising effort for Hallam FM’s Cash For Kids.
They supported the local charity’s Superheroes Day by dressing as their favourite superheroes and selling cones of sweets in the three branches.
The day saw thousands of people across South Yorkshire take part in a variety of events and sponsored fundraisers to raise over £700,000 for the charity.