Congleton was one of two branches opened by the Society during 1977, the Queen’s Silver Jubilee Year – the other being Cheadle – and is conveniently located within the busy market town’s main shopping area.
It’s a close-knit community – the town is, after all, famed for its textile production - and our team have worked hard to build a great working relationship with their customers, based on excellent, friendly, personal service.
We’ve also established close links with East Cheshire Hospice, raising many hundreds of pounds for the charity, thanks to the generosity of customers and staff alike.
The historic town is situated on the banks of the River Dane, overlooked by ‘The Cloud’ – a tall outcrop of rock on the Cheshire Plains.
Our Congleton branch is in the centre of town within easy reach of public transport and benefits from parking close by.
Parking is available at Princess Street, Chapel Street and West Street car parks all of which are within a 5 minute walk of the branch.
If you’re using public transport, then Congleton Railway station is less than a mile away, and the branch is also close to the bus station and bus stops for most routes including 90, 91, and 92.
Karen Frankland, the manager of our Congleton Branch joined Leek United in 2016 with 18 years of experience working in the financial services industry.
Karen and her team pride themselves on offering excellent service to customers and welcome people into their branch for informal meetings to discuss any financial needs including mortgages, savings, and home insurance.
If you’re already a member of Leek United Building Society or if you’re thinking of becoming one, you’ll want to be sure we behave with integrity, that we have strong values and that we treat our employees well.
A massive £26,000 is on its way to three local charities, including Home-Start Staffordshire Moorlands, following a hugely successful campaign of fundraising events run by the staff of Leek United.
Leek United Building Society is hosting a virtual quiz as part of a campaign to raise £60,000 for three local charities affected by the coronavirus crisis.
The commitment of frontline building society and banking staff across the UK to provide people with access to essential financial services during the Covid-19 pandemic has been praised by John Glen.
As you may be aware, the Bank of England recently announced two reductions in the bank base rate due to the threat posed by coronavirus (COVID-19) to the UK economy.