Cheadle was one of two branches opened by the Society during 1977, the Queen’s Silver Jubilee Year – the other being Congleton – and is conveniently located within the busy market town’s main shopping area.
Older customers and residents may remember the premises before then as Pepper’s, a traditional stationery business run by two brothers, the Messrs Pepper.
The town itself dates back to Anglo-Saxon times and is most noted for its Catholic church, which was designed by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin – famous for his gothic designs in the Houses of Parliament.
The Leek United Branch in Cheadle is located centrally within easy reach of parking and public transport.
There is a pay and display car park a short distance away on Tape Street where you can park, or alternatively, if you are using the bus, there is a stop about a minute’s walk away from our branch which is served by the 30, 32, and 123 bus services.
61 High Street, Cheadle, Staffordshire, ST10 1AN
Fax:01538 751449 Email:email@example.com
Mon 9.15 am - 4.45 pm
Tue 9.45 am - 4.45 pm
Wed to Fri 9.15 am - 4.45 pm
Sat 9.15 am - 12.00 noon.
Lynne Ransome, the manager of our Cheadle branch first joined the Society in 1994 as a Customer Services Assistant. Since then, she has worked in both Derby and Ashbourne before becoming the manager in Cheadle – her home town during 2004.
Her branch team are on hand to help her deliver the best possible service, and Tim, Sheila, Jo, Beth and Lauren are here for all your financial needs, through every stage of life be it opening a child’s first savers account, to planning for your retirement.
Pop into the branch for a chat and warm welcome.
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