High street feeling the pinch of fewer branches
Chloe and Jordan - home sweet home
How to get set for interest rate rises
#SavingSwaps with The Nottingham
Win £10,000 to complete your over 50’s bucket list
The Nottingham announces Panthers sponsorship
Continued investment in branches helps The Nottingham deliver another year of strong results
Julie home and dry with The Nottingham
Mentoring young people for a brighter future
Norfolk couple's airplanes and savings gains
Granted, it's £32,000… charities cheque in
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Support from The Nottingham has helped inspire nearly 1,200 Young Enterprise participants over the last three years.
High-flying husband and wife Ivor and Beryl Smith are both loving later life - they are in their 80s and still working full-time at their light aircraft business.
“It’s amazing to receive this grant from The Nottingham as it means we can now offer our services to more women that need our support and help them to become the best they can.”
New research shows financial branch closures are piling the pressure on local high streets with nearly half (46%) of shop owners interviewed admitting that losing a local bank in the past three years has had a negative impact on their business.
For Chloe Mayes and her partner Jordan Fisher, purchasing their first home was a great experience and they were keen to ensure that happened again when it came to remortgaging their property as their fixed-term came to an end.
Our mortgage expert talks about starting to plan for the possibility of mortgage interest rate rises.
A smile spreads across the faces of Jordan Fisher and his partner Chloe Mayes when the latter mentions their trip-of-a-lifetime to Canada in 2020.
A new report from David Black, a banking and financial services insight analyst, predicts that despite some 879 bank branches closing last year, a further 2,400 could still be closed.
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