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The Nottingham announces new sponsorship deal with The Nottingham Panthers Ice Hockey Club
Walk down any Leicestershire high street with Sunny Johal, the new manager of the The Nottingham’s Leicester and Wigston branches, and it’s not long before he’s saying hello to someone he knows, or vice versa.
Member David McDowell, 63, received £25 cashback after arranging his home insurance via The Nottingham.
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.
Support from The Nottingham has helped inspire nearly 1,200 Young Enterprise participants over the last three years.
“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.”
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.
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.
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.
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