East Sussex credit union

Originally registered on 8th August 2000as Brighton East Area Credit Union later in 2004 to become known as Brighton & Hove Credit Union Limited.

In 2006 it became City of Brighton & Hove Credit Union Limited. The name East Sussex was followed in 2007 opening the credit union to all people living and working in East Sussex, Brighton & Hove and all members of Unite the Union in the South-East Region.

They became one of the first credit unions in the country to create their own Facebook app.

In 2015 the credit union was paying 2% INTEREST per year on all Young Savers Accounts; making for a really nifty return compared to some of the rather meagre alternatives available from High Street lenders

The really good news is that this offer is available to new and existing savers, just so long as they’re under 16.

East Sussex Credit Union in 2020 launched interest-free Tide-Over crisis loans in partnership with Sussex Crisis Fund &  Devonshire West Big Local, for people struggling financially during the coronavirus lockdown.

The funding will cover lending capital and admin costs so that the credit union can help households with interest-free Tide-Over Loans up to £300.

These loans will help recipients to maintain their housing, pay their bills, and feed their families. They will also benefit by becoming credit union members, getting positive messaging about good financial management, budgeting and an option to get a prepaid debit card. Loans will be processed next working day, and will not require a first payment for 3 months.

Want to find out more?

Visit the East Sussex Credit Union website, or get in touch with their team:

Telephone – 0300 303 3188

Email – info@eastsussexcu.org.uk

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