Following a study group set-up earlier in the year the opening coincided with the launching of the new decimal money. The first business was a room in a Hall and was operated by the same volunteers
The Credit Union acquired and refurbished premises’ which was opened when funds would allow. The Common Bond in time was also extended to serve the wider community.
Volunteers and staff are proud to have had a positive effect that the credit union has made in the community and to all the many members served over the past 50 years.
What they the founders had created has stood the test of time and a debt of gratitude is owed to for the benefits enjoyed today.
With the introduction of IT and the internet the credit union is allowing the members to complete certain processes online and with the specialist security measures that are provided. Members have been able to register and login to their Credit Union accounts online.
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