Nottingham Building Society's Ruddington branch
The village of Ruddington is located five miles south of Nottingham, close to the A52. It is an independent community of shops, schools, churches, a community centre and village hall, and local residents have campaigned hard, attracting media attention, to retain that status. Ruddington Grange is a mainly residential hamlet of around 200 residents, half a mile from the village, and is home to an event venue and golf club.
Our Ruddington branch is located on High Street, close to a delicatessen, fish bar, bakery and beauty salon. Branch staff can guide you through 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 assist you with our range of building society and estate agency services.
Services available at our branch include
Bite-sized fact: Ruddington once had its own railway station. Opened in 1899, it was part of the Great Central Railway, which was the last main line to be built from the north to London. The station closed in the Sixties but the line was still used by freight trains until 1974. The site now houses the Great Central Railway museum, formerly known as Nottingham Transport Heritage Centre.
Ruddington is located near: Beeston, Clifton, Colwick, Gamston, Holme Pierrepont, Kegworth, Keyworth, Long Eaton, Nottingham, Radcliffe on Trent, Ruddington, Tollerton, West Bridgford and Wilford.