Nottingham Building Society's Grantham branch
Situated on the London to Edinburgh East Coast Main Line railway, Grantham was the birthplace of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and where Isaac Newton was educated. The A1 north-south and the A52 both run close to the town, which has an industrial background rooted in the likes of ploughs, engines, tractors and food production, storage and distribution.
Our Grantham branch is in a central location on High Street. It is right at the heart of a retail area that includes a jewellers, opticians, card shop and cafes. The expert and friendly branch team of customer services consultants and assistants, mortgage advisers and estate agents are happy to guide you through our range of building society and estate agency services, from opening a new ISA savings account to finding the right mortgage, through our mortgage broker service provided by Nottingham Mortgage Services.
Services available at our branch include
Bite-sized fact: In a series of firsts, the town produced the first running diesel engine in 1892, the UK’s first tractor in 1896 and Grantham-born Edith Smith became the UK’s first female police officer in 1914.
Grantham is located near: Boston, Bourne, Melton Mowbray, Newark, North Hykeham, Nottingham, Lincoln, Sleaford, Spalding and Stamford.
30a High Street
Tel 01476 573 261
Grantham branch in the news
Dampened spirits raised by branch experience
For many people just thinking about getting a home insurance quote is enough to give them a sinking feeling.
However, Julie Hornsey’s decision to change her property policy to an RSA one introduced to her by our Grantham branch team was a shrewd move at a time when her spirits were about to get dampened - quite literally, and on a monumental scale!
Grandmother-of-one Julie had not long since swapped her insurance from another provider when she fell and badly broke her leg.
And if that wasn’t bad enough, just a month later she was plunged into further turmoil when piping leading to her bathroom bidet spectacularly split and her house, and many of her prized possessions, became engulfed in water.
A few months on, after a prompt and successful home insurance claim with RSA with an overall value of over £25,000 was concluded and repair works completed, a relieved and very grateful Julie took up the tale, which can be read here.