Leek Derby Street Branch was opened in 1985, to complement the Society’s existing St. Edward Street facility.
Today, it’s regarded as our ‘flagship’ branch, situated in the town’s main shopping street and offering a more convenient access for all our members.
Like our Uttoxeter branch, the premises used to be a pub, The Duke of York, and – prior to Leek United moving in – a furniture store.
Known locally as ‘The Queen of the Moorlands’, Leek is the Staffordshire Moorlands’ principal town and the most important centre on the south-western edge of the Peak District.
Historically, Bonnie Prince Charlie passed through Leek in 1745, and Thomas Brindley (builder of the Bridgewater Canal) built a water mill here in 1750. That has been restored to working order and is now a fine museum.
51 Derby Street, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 6HU
Fax:01538 399062 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.
AN organisation providing a valuable social lifeline for people with Parkinson’s Disease* and their carers has received a financial helping hand from Leek United staff.
A CHARITY dedicated to helping blind and partially-sighted people lead more independent lives has received a special cash boost from Leek United staff.
Jeanette Mountford has climbed her own personal mountain after a serious stroke left her life hanging in the balance.
A CHARITY providing potentially life-saving heart-screening for young people has received a special cash boost from Leek United staff.
LEEK United Building Society staff are set to brave freezing temperatures when they join football fans for a special ‘sleepover’ to help highlight the plight of North Staffordshire’s homeless.
Colleagues from Leek United became ‘Branch staff’ of a different kind at the weekend when they gave East Cheshire Hospice (ECH) a tree-mendous helping hand…