Leek United is a mutual building society that is proud of the first class customer service that we consistently offer. With the right cultural values embedded throughout, all staff are committed to putting customers first and at the heart of all they do.
Our mortgages, savings and insurance products are all built on the mutual values which have been our bedrock since 1863.
We value each and every one of our members, working to ensure they receive the most appropriate financial product for their circumstances.
Whatever it is you’re looking for, our teams of experts are on hand to assist – whether on the telephone, online or in branch. Get in contact with us to learn more about how we can help you.
We are proud to be the exclusive Official Affinity and Associate Community Partner of Stoke City Football Club.
Click below to learn more about our partnership, the work we do together and how you could take out a savings account or mortgage that benefits both you, and your favourite football team.
These currently include:
Stoke City Football Club Adult & Junior ‘Save and Support’ accounts
Stoke City Football Club mortgages
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My experience with Leek United over the past 5 years has been a pleasant contrast to other financial organisations I have dealt with. It has been a pleasure to deal with real people who seem to enjoy and take a pride in their jobs.
Stoke City fan Warren Horne became a VIP for the day after joining the growing crowd of Leek United 'Save & Supporters'.
Leek United Building Society are offering people in North Staffordshire and Derbyshire the chance to 'earn and learn', following the launch of their first-ever apprenticeship scheme.
Leek United Branch Manager Adam Sheldon has set himself a May-rathon task to raise money for cancer research.
Customer satisfaction with Leek United Building Society has hit an all-time high, according to latest figures.
Homebuyers have helped Leek United Building Society to give a 'feelgood' donation to a Derbyshire hospice.
Leek United Building Society teamed up with Stoke City FC midfield star Ibrahim Affelay to pay special tribute to a much-loved pupil at a North Staffordshire school.