About our Hucknall branch
Situated seven miles north of Nottingham, Hucknall was historically a centre for framework knitting and then mining, and when both industries were in their heyday it was a thriving market town. Close access to the A611 and M1 junction 27, as well as being prominently positioned on the Nottingham Express Transit tram system, give Hucknall great city centre links. In the early 1950s, the Rolls-Royce site there developed the world’s first vertical take-off jet aircraft.
Our branch is centrally positioned on High Street, close to shops, a pharmacy, an optician and beauty salon. The team are available to discuss savings accounts or talk about estate planning, offering advice on a range of subjects. They can also help with finding you the right mortgage through our mortgage partner, or help arrange a home insurance policy.
Hucknall’s Church of St Mary Magdalene is the resting place of poet, peer and politician Lord Byron, who died aged just 36 in 1824, and of his estranged daughter, mathematician and writer Ada Lovelace.