Mortgage problems 'block one in three house sales'
Homebuying 'treble' the importance of pensions for under 35s
Mortgages through the bank of mum and dad
We reward inspirational Larna
Free tennis lesson for Robin Hood Young Savers
We reward inspirational Thomas
Is your shed worth shouting about? Don’t forget to protect the contents
Why honesty is the best insurance policy
Is your garden covered?
Teresa puts the fun in funeral planning
Happy birthday ma’am from everyone at The Nottingham
Taking the stress out of things for our family
Half-marathon hero Sophie does late dad proud
Netherfield gift children early festive cheer
Mrs Christmas pops in to Firth Park
Customer information on branch opening times over the festive period. The building society opening hours over the festive period are as follows:
Friday 23rd: open as normal, Christmas Eve: 9am - 12.00 noon, Christmas Day: closed, Boxing Day: closed, Tuesday 27th: closed, Wednesday 28th: open as normal, Thursday 29th: open as normal, Friday 30th: open as normal, New years Eve: 9.00am - 12.00 noon, New Years Day: closed, Monday 2nd: closed, Tuesday 3rd: normal hours resume
The Society collects anonymous data via cookies to continue making improvements to our website. By continuing to use the website, you are accepting the use of these cookies.
To find out more please read our cookies policy.
Christmas came early for remarkable role model Larna Cowham after she was named one of our Inspirational Young People of 2016.
Robin Hood Young Savers now get a FREE tennis lesson at the Nottingham Tennis Centre when opening a new account with us.
Remarkable role model Thomas Fronia shows off a beaming smile after being named an‘Inspirational Young Person of 2016’.
To mark the 40th anniversary of SportsAid - the charity for young athletes – we havelaunched a special savings account to raise money for sports stars of the future.
Our Netherfield branch has boxed off another initiative - by putting our ever popular ‘mascot moneyboxes’ on display in the local community centre.
Getting married and moving house are arguably two of the most life-changing, stressful and expensive milestones the average person can experience.
Our mascot Robin Hood netted a few more fans when he visited Ashbourne Tennis Club to meet youngsters taking part in their annual junior tournament.
People visiting our Market Harborough branch – whether for estate agency services, building society services or both – are benefitting from the vast experience that is at its helm.
A local cricket team are bowled over after we stepped in to sponsor their kit.
Our monthly newsletter is full of interesting information for our customers. As well as the latest news and events from your Society, it includes information about new products, competitions and money-saving tips.