Our Hanley branch opened in the town in 1962, and is situated conveniently close to the Potteries Shopping Centre – one of the main attractions of what is generally recognised as Stoke-on-Trent’s ‘city centre’.
Years ago, the premises hosted a meat business and the old butcher’s block from the 1900s still remains today in the cellar that runs the length of the branch – perfect for anyone wanting to open a ‘joint account’!
Local historians and soccer fans alike will also know that Hanley is the birthplace of Sir Stanley Matthews, ‘The Wizard of The Dribble’ and the only player to be knighted whilst still playing football.
Our Hanley Branch is found in the main shopping area of Hanley so it’s easy to visit us if you are in town for other reasons.
The branch is located a five-minute walk from the main bus station but is also served by a bus stop a short walk away where you can catch the 7, 8, 9 and 14 buses to the rest of the area.
Marjory Beech, the manager of our Hanley branch, joined the Society in 1997 and has supported various departments within Leek United before being appointed as Branch Manager of Hanley in April 2020. Marjory and her dedicated team work flexibly to place our members first and are focused on delivering an exceptional service.
Whether you are looking to make the most of your savings or investments, exploring mortgage options for your first or next home, needing friendly help with your household insurance or planning for your retirement, be sure to pop into the branch for a warm welcome.
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