A Glasgow credit and member of the Scottish League began the service to members in October 1981 after seeing other small credit unions in and around Scotland serving their local communities. Their success is noted after over thirty years of financial assistance to the members.
The original founder members struggled against a backdrop of social deprivation and unemployment to build a solid foundation that would last. What they had created has stood the test of time and a debt of gratitude is owed to those founder members for the benefits enjoyed today.
From then they continue to provide the services of Savings and Loans to members. The opertions and management of the credit union was carried out by volunteers and the Board of Directors. The Common Bond is for people living or working in the local areas of Croy and Kilsyth
Whilst the records show as an active credit union there is no further written detailed history of the credit union. So, if someone would like to update then please let us know.
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