Nottingham Building Society's Retford branch
One of the oldest boroughs in England, Retford is situated 23 miles west of Lincoln and just over 30 miles away from Nottingham. The area boasts no less than 19 Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), including Eaton Wood and River Idle Washlands. Chesterfield Canal passes through the centre of Retford, which is also on the East Coast Main Line railway and close to major road networks via the A638.
Our Retford branch is conveniently located on Market Place, close to a café, toy shop, dentist, opticians and travel agency. Whether it’s discussing 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 or estate planning.
Services available at our branch include:
Bite-sized fact: Retford is twinned with German town Pfungstadt, which is famous for its Pfungstadter beer which can be found all over Germany.
Retford is located near: Dinnington, Doncaster, Gainsborough, Lincoln, Mansfield, Newark, North Hykeham, Nottingham, Ollerton, Southwell, Staveley and Worksop.
With well over 25 years of experience, our local knowledge and dedicated advisers can make buying, selling and letting homes easier than ever.
Our mortgages are great. But depending on your circumstances there may not be one that’s just right for you. So when you come to Nottingham Mortgage Services for a mortgage, we’ll search over 60 lenders to find a deal that is.
Retford branch in the news
Helping the homeless in our communities
Colleagues from our Retford, Dinnington and Worksop branches collected food, toiletries and warm clothes for Framework, which supports homeless people in the East Midlands.
Customer Services Assistants Amy Preece-Smith and Sam Shorthose visited Framework to hand over donated items.
Amy said: “We believe that everyone should have a roof over their head. We’re proud to support Framework in the fight against homelessness.”
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