Emergency services play part in society

A local Police Community Support Officer and firefighter visited our Stapleford branch to discuss the importance of people protecting their homes and belongings.

The building society team arranged for PCSO Dean Bardill and Craig Langton from Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue to deliver a free home security talk, which was extremely well attended.

Customer adviser Leah Cook said: “Our home insurance offering is popular with customers so we had the idea of building on that by providing some practical advice on protecting homes and belongings. And who better to do that than the police and fire service.

“We are delighted Dean and Craig came to share their wisdom and experience. A big thank-you goes to them for giving up their time to pay us a visit, as well as the local people who were able to come along on the day.”

Meanwhile, throughout the month of June, our quest to help people protect their prized possessions is also seeing us give away a £4,000* cash pot.

For four weeks two people will land £500 each week - just for taking a home insurance quote (no purchase necessary) either in one of our branches, over the phone (0344 481 0041) or online.

As well as providing eight lucky winners, the competition will help to further inform people about our Take Your Pick home insurance, provided by Royal Sun Alliance.

Take Your Pick allows customers to build a policy that covers the things that matter most to them whilst keeping premiums as low as possible by ensuring they only pay for what they need. In 2016 we helped 2,500 people with home insurance policies.

*You can view our full competition terms and conditions here.

PCSO Dean Bardill (second left) and Craig Langton from Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue (right) with The Nottingham’s Stapleford team

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