Nottingham Building Society's Wigston branch
Located five miles south of Leicester, on the A5199 close to the M1 and A6, Wigston (also known as Wigston Magna) is just a five minute train journey to the East Midlands city via the Birmingham to Peterborough line. It is part of Oadby and Wigston, the smallest of Leicester’s nine districts. The Grand Union Canal runs through Wigston, which was also the birthplace of Abigail Herrick – mother of Gulliver’s Travels author Jonathan Swift.
Our branch is based centrally on Leicester Road, close to a health store, opticians, coffee shop, travel agents and beauty salon. The team are able to guide you through our range of savings accounts, including ISAs and fixed rate products. They are also on hand to help with finding a mortgage through our mortgage broker service, provided by Nottingham Mortgage Services, or help you buy or sell a property, arrange a funeral plan or chat to you about estate planning.
Services available at our branch include
Bite-sized fact: In the middle ages the town was known as ‘Wigston Two Steeples’ as, unusually, two medieval churches – All Saints’ and St Wistan’s – were located there.
Wigston is located near: Braunstone, Enderby, Leicester, Loughborough, Market Harborough, Lutterworth, Melton Mowbray, Oadby, Oakham, Quorn, Syston, Thurmaston, and Whetstone.
Wigston branch in the news
Wigston team kit out Owls
Our Wigston branch stepped in to sponsor local junior football team Oadby Owls.
Property Sales Manager Angela Patsalidou visited the team at a training session to see The Nottingham and Harrison Murray branded kit firsthand.
And she wasn't the only VIP guest - Leicester City legend (pictured, second from the right on the back row) Muzzy Izzet was there too.