Richard's Hucknall high five
Happy Richard Cooper had 500 reasons to visit our Hucknall branch recently.
The Nottingham reports continued growth in first six months of the year
Continued growth, strong performance, the announcements of a multi-million pound investment in digital technology and a further seven new branch openings before the end of the year plus the launch of a reward scheme for members has marked the last six months of trading by the Nottingham Building Society (known as The Nottingham).
Nottingham Building Society to open seven building society branches due for closure
The Nottingham Building Society (‘The Nottingham’) has announced that in November and December this year, it will open seven new branches in market towns across the Midlands, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk.
Skegness branch feeling grand
Customers Ann Lenton and Norma Hill both have 500 reasons to be ecstatic after they visited our Skegness branch recently.
Cooking with gas… Felicity bags £500
A state-of-the-art oven is on the menu for Felicity Davie and her family after she scooped £500 in our recent home insurance quote competition.
Home insurance win leads to windfall for Framework
A prize draw win for Arthur Sandford, one of our long-standing members, has led to a windfall for local
homelessness charity Framework.
Major investment in new digital technology
A multi-million pound investment in digital technology has been announced by the Nottingham Building Society (known as The Nottingham), which will make it easier for members to access the society’s unique advice and service proposition online as well as in branch.
Glenda's glee in landing £500 'free’ cash
When Glenda Coates visited our Long Eaton branch to transact on her account and joked “if there was any free money available” little did she know she would be returning a couple of weeks later to pick up a cheque for £500.
Kind-hearted Ian forges ahead with donation
Home insurance competition winner Ian Evans kindly decided to hand over a £500 prize to a fantastic Scunthorpe-based organisation, The Forge Project.
Security in the frame for Shepshed schoolkids
Local schoolchildren will receive help in keeping their bikes and scooters safe when a local Police Community Support Officer visits us in Shepshed.