Nottingham Building Society's Huntingdon branch
The Cambridgeshire market town is well known as the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell in 1599. Home to many local businesses, including Huntingdon Racecourse, it lies close to the A14 and A141 and has direct rail services to London Kings Cross station. Once a convent, Hinchingbrooke House in Huntingdon is said to be haunted. Former Prime Minister John Major served as the MP for the town for 22 years until his retirement in 2001.
Our branch is based in a central location on High Street near to the town’s many shops and services, including hairdressers, bakery and the town hall. Whether it’s helping you open one of our many savings accounts or talking through estate planning, our team are ready to help. They can also assist with finding a mortgage through our mortgage broker service, provided by Nottingham Mortgage Services, or help you with home insurance.
Services available at our branch include
Bite-sized fact: Famous diarist Samuel Pepys attended Huntingdon Grammar School in about 1644. Another attendee of the school was the 1st Earl of Sandwich, Edward Montagu.
Huntingdon is located near: Cambridge, Chatteris, March, Newmarket, Oundle, St Ives, St Neots and Wisbech.
Huntingdon branch in the news
One hundred reasons to love The Nottingham
Nottingham has always been close to Margery Wilson's heart – so it was apt that her name came out of the hat in a 'win £100' branch prize draw.
Mrs Wilson, who hails from Nottingham, was so delighted to see we had opened a branch in Huntingdon, where she now lives, that she popped in to a 'branch warming' event.
She entered our no obligation prize draw, and within a few days was announced as the winner, before returning to the branch to be presented with the money. A shrewd saver, she has put her winnings into one of our range of savings accounts.