Nottingham Building Society's Louth branch
Surrounded by swathes of rural landscape, Louth is a market town on the edge of the scenic Lincolnshire Wolds situated close to the A16 (leads north to Grimsby). Much of its town centre is lined with brick buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries. One of its main attractions is Hubbard’s Hills, a park dedicated to the memory of Annie Parhud, reputedly the central figure in a tragic love affair. Around 70% of businesses in Louth are independently owned - a stark contrast from most other UK towns and cities.
Our Louth branch is located on bustling Market Place, near to shops, the market, a bakery, pharmacy, and cafes. Experienced branch staff can help with everything from opening an ISA or junior savings account to finding the right mortgage using our mortgage broker service, provided by Nottingham Mortgage Services, financial planning or buying or selling property. They will expertly take you through our range of building society and estate agency services.
Services available at our branch include
Bite-sized fact: The Greenwich Meridian passes through Louth, with plaques on the north and south sides of Eastgate marking the fact.
Louth is located near: Cleethorpes, Grimsby, Horncastle, Lincoln, Mablethorpe, Market Rasen, North Hykeham, Saltfleet, Skegness and Sutton on Sea.
22/23 Market Place
Tel 01507 600 944
Louth branch in the news
Team box off idea to help local charity
Our Louth team are looking to kind-hearted local people to help them gather food and toiletries for a food bank.
Generous staff and customers have already added contributions to the collection box - all of which will be given to the Louth Community Larder, based in the town’s Trinity Centre.
Donations of non-perishable items such as canned goods, pasta, boxes of wholegrain cereals and dried fruits or new, sealed toiletries such as soap and shower gel can be dropped off at the branch on Market Place.
The collection followed hot on the heels of an in-branch coffee morning that raised £60 for the Trinity Centre.