Nottingham Building Society's Rothley branch
Five miles north of Leicester, Rothley is one of Leicestershire’s most affluent areas. Village street, The Ridgeway, was reported by the Sunday Times to be the most expensive place to live in the East Midlands. Close links to the A6, A46 and M1 provide Rothley with good links to the rest of the county and beyond.
Our branch is in the centre of the village, on Woodgate, close to a post office, hairdressers, newsagents and antiques shop. Whether it’s explaining our range of savings options from ISAs to fixed rate accounts or chatting about estate planning, our team are ready to assist. They can help with finding a mortgage through our mortgage broker service, provided by Nottingham Mortgage Services, give expert lettings advice or help you buy or sell a property.
Services available at our branch include
Bite-sized fact: Rothley railway station, now a heritage station, was formerly part of the Great Central Railway and was used as a location for 1988 film Buster and the 2004 Miss Marple TV adaptation of 4.50 from Paddington.
Rothley is located near: Coalville, Enderby, Glenfield, Leicester, Loughborough, Markfield, Melton Mowbray, Mountsorrel, Oadby, Shepshed, Syston, Thurmaston and Wigston.
Rothley branch in the news
Rothley schoolchildren didn’t waste Christmas
Environmentally-aware pupils at Rothley Primary School creatively engaged in a spot of festive ‘tree-cycling’.
Schoolchildren turned recyclable items, including bottles and cans, into mini Christmas trees which were be displayed in the windows of Rothley businesses including The Nottingham.
Customer services assistant Ben Price said of Don’t Waste Christmas: “Plastic bottles I saw in the street were the inspiration. I contacted the school to see if they wanted to be involved.
“It’s well publicised that many high streets are declining, but in Rothley our village centre remains bustling and popular. We want to inspire the youngsters to help keep it that way for many years to come.”
Following the festive period Ben joined teachers in talking to the children about the importance of recycling. The Christmas trees were then taken apart and recycled.