Leek United’s Derby branch holds the distinction of being the Society’s furthest land-locked branch from the sea!
To continue the nautical theme, the International Load Line – or ‘Plimsoll Line’ (waterline) was introduced by Samuel Plimsoll, a former MP for Derby…
We opened the branch in St James Street in 1956 – making it also our second oldest, after Head Office in Leek – and we have remained at the same location ever since.
Derby changed its status to city in June 1977, and its ‘Cathedral of All Saints’ contains the oldest ring of 10 bells in the whole of the United Kingdom…
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Three Cheshire charities were in the running for a financial boost after Leek United helped to sponsor one of the county’s most challenging off-road races.
Leek United Building Society has appointed Rob Broadbent as its new Finance Director.
One lucky young Macclesfield Town FC fan could end the season on a real high – thanks to Leek United.
LEEK United staff have launched a drive to help improve the quality of outdoor life for adults with learning difficulties in Shropshire.