The Nottingham announces Panthers sponsorship
The Nottingham announces new sponsorship deal with The Nottingham Panthers Ice Hockey Club
Julie home and dry with The Nottingham
Julie Hornsey’s decision to change her property policy to an RSA one introduced to her by our Grantham branch team was a shrewd move at a time when her spirits were about to get dampened – quite literally, and on a monumental scale!
Continued investment in branches helps The Nottingham deliver another year of strong results
Today we announce our annual results and are proud to say that in 2017 we showed further strong retail growth and record mortgage lending. We also opened seven new branches and began trading in Norfolk for the first time in the society’s history.
Winner Peter stays in the savings habit
Canny competition winner Peter Herbert refuses to break his savings habit of a lifetime despite a £500 unexpected cash boost.
Competition win falls right into Graham's lap
A new laptop is on the cards for Graham White after we turned up on his doorstep to hand over a £500 early Christmas present.
Mark puts his winnings in the trunk
The Nottingham strongly believes in branches - and so does home insurance competition winner Mark Largan.
Competition win means Roland has home insurance covered
The cost of Christmas has become £500 less weighty for competition winner Roland Barker - as he doesn’t need to cough up cash for his home insurance premium this year.
Home where the heart is for £500 winner Faye
The sale of her mum’s property via The Nottingham led to a £500 Christmas cash boost for Louth mum-of-one Faye Needham - and her delighted son Sam (18) who is set to pocket half of the festive funds!
April’s £500 extra insurance this Christmas
Soon to be first-time house buyer April Ashton is set for an extra special Christmas after she also won a competition for the first time ever - landing a handy cash boost in the process.
Over a thousand members receive cash
Over 1500 members of the Nottingham Building Society (The Nottingham) are to receive a share of a £70,000 ‘cash back’ as a reward for making sound financial decisions earlier this year.