Collecting books a must in support of National Literacy Trust
The latest chapter in The Nottingham's Doing The Right Thing For Our Communities programme sees us link up with the National Literacy Trust. From 9th September, hot on the heels of International Literacy Day, our branches will begin collecting unused books via dedicated donation points.
Melton Mowbray office crowned Challenge Cup champions
There are a number of sporting trophies up for grabs this summer, including the Ashes, however estate agents at our Melton Mowbray office have already got their hands on some important silverware.
StoryParks helps celebrate the legacy of our fantastic Mr Fox
StoryParks carries the slogan ‘A summer of imagination’, and as well as reading activities attendees will have the chance to take part in arts and crafts, music, Park Ranger sessions, nature trails and more.
We're backing StoryParks
Nottingham Building Society and Nottingham City Council announce summer collaboration for children's literacy improvement.
Allie gets social with Rumbletums
Allie Redmond, our Social Media and Content Manager, recently spent a morning helping our Grants for Good charity café Rumbletums to get savvy with their social!
SportsAid Festive Workshop
SportsAid athletes meet Olympic medalists and Panthers players for professional sports advice.
Framework's Free Rough Sleeper Helpline
We have donated part of our City branch window space to Framework to publicise their Rough Sleeper Helpline which can be used across Nottinghamshire for anyone who sees a rough sleeper or is sleeping rough themselves.
Community contribution scoops top prize
We are delighted to have won the Nottingham Post’s Business Award for our ‘Contribution to the Community’!
Market Harborough team’s seal of approval
Local youngsters joined staff from our Market Harborough branch to celebrate them being named ‘best dressed window ’ as part of the popular Harborough by the Sea event.
HM - Have a heart for Waynes Fund
Our St. Albans Estate Agency Manager Glynn Pope is taking on his annual bike ride this weekend in memory of his brother Wayne who passed away ten years ago from Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS).