This is where it all began – our first branch situated within Leek United’s main Customer Service Centre.
St. Edward Street provides a traditional and supportive link to the Society’s flagship branch in nearby Derby Street, as well as providing speedy, efficient service for members without venturing into the main shopping area.
The branch has seen some historic changes over the years. In 1928, a new extension to the building was opened and let to the Commissioners of the Inland Revenue, who remained Leek United’s tenants until 1952, when the Society took over the whole premises.
In 2013, Leek United celebrated its 150th anniversary – and St. Edward Street remains the Society’s ‘heartland home’.
If you are planning to come into the St. Edward Street branch, you can find parking nearby in the main shopping area at the Silk Street and St. Edward Street car parks. There is also limited parking closer to the branch.
The St. Edward Street branch in Leek is managed by Richard Czapski who has been with the Society since 2005. He has managed the branch since 2014.
The St. Edward Street branch is part of our Customer Service Centre building where we can help customers with all their financial needs including pensions, insurance, savings and mortgages, and the whole team are fully able to help with friendly advice about our full range of products.
Leek United Building Society has been named as one of the country’s best regional building societies in the industry’s most prestigious national awards.
With lockdown restrictions continuing to ease, it’s encouraging to see that so many businesses are re-opening.
Leek United Building Society has welcomed Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s decision to cut stamp duty until next March.
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.