Community groups to benefit from grants
Sixteen projects are due to benefit from our ‘Grants for Good’ scheme to aid work being done locally.
Community contribution scoops top prize
We are delighted to have won the Nottingham Post’s Business Award for our ‘Contribution to the Community’!
Annual General Meeting 2016
Each year the Society invites members to attend its Annual General Meeting (AGM). This year the AGM will be held at The Old Chemistry Theatre, Arkwright Building, Nottingham Trent University, City Site, Shakespeare Street, Nottingham, NG1 5LT.
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).
HM - SportsAid fundraising goes swimmingly
Our joint Harrison Murray and the Nottingham Building Society (The Nottingham) branch pooled together to boost funds to help Fenland Paralympic hopeful Anya Falkus fulfill her dream.
Pedal power to raise funds for Olympic hopeful
Cycling almost 160 miles in 12 hours is no mean feat – but our community-spirited estate branch in Market Harborough is preparing for their own pedal powered challenge.
Annual General Meeting 2015
Each year the Society invites members to attend its Annual General Meeting (AGM). This year the AGM will be held at the Society’s Head Office, Nottingham House, 3 Fulforth Street, Nottingham, NG1 3DL.
Find out which projects will be benefitting from our ‘Grants for Good’!
We're delighted to be awarding 18 local causes our special 'Grant for Good'! Earlier in the year we launched our quest to find local projects who would benefit from a gift of up to £250.
Framework Accounts National Launch
Do you know we were the first organisation to have an air balloon created in the shape of a house? That was back in the 70s.