Frequently asked questions
If you’ve got any questions about the building society and how it works, then we’re happy for you to send in your questions. It can be anything from what the chief executive’s favourite food is through to what we plan to do with our chosen charities.
If you email your questions in we’ll try our best to respond and share with you.
We have a network of branches across nine counties. You can find your nearest branch here.
We have branches in Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Cambridgeshire, South Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Staffordshire, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and of course Nottinghamshire. You can find your nearest branch here.
Yes, we do have an online savings account through Beehive Money. Beehive's savings accounts provide a simple and secure way to manage your savings online. Check out what accounts are on offer.
Of course. We've partnered with award-winning mortgage broker Mortgage Advice Bureau. Their advisers will search thousands of mortgages from over 90 different lenders to find you the right mortgage.
We constantly strive to give our members the best possible experience online. We are continuously improving our website. However, at this stage we don’t have any mobile apps.
When we set up our community programme we engaged our board and staff in identifying the causes that were important to them. We also looked at our humble beginnings as a building society as this remains a key influence in our community work. We believe that people should have a roof over their head, access to financial education and be able to thrive in the world of work. In 2011 we chose to support East Midlands-based homelessness charity Framework, followed by SportsAid (supporting up and coming athletes in our communities) in 2013 and Young Enterprise (supporting employability and financial education) in 2015. We are also an official donation point for Comic Relief, Children in Need and Macmillan and every year work with a range of local charities through our 'Doing the right thing in our communities' programme. Visit our 'Community' page to find out more.
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