A member of the Irish league with the company number NO000053 was incorporated in January 1971 as an Industrial and Provident Society Company.
The credit union grew from humble beginnings and has given over all the years delivered service to the local community.
A credit union exists only to serve its members — not to profit from their needs. Surplus income generated is returned to the members by way of a dividend
The Credit Union saw significant growth over those years, so much so the Directors decided to purchase premises to accommodate the credit union.
Operating a School Saver Club in local primary schools has proved to be a very successful way of encouraging children to save.
The schools also participate in many Credit Union events, including the annual Art Competition and CU Schools quiz run by the Irish league of Credit Unions.
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