Our Macclesfield branch office is located in Chestergate – one of three streets in the town whose names preserve the memory of the Middle Ages, when Macclesfield was once surrounded by walls and ramparts, with three principal gates.
The branch opened in 1965, during the ‘swinging Sixties’ era, when fashion was ‘fab’ and music ‘groovy’!
Tastes may come and go – but one thing that has always been an ongoing trend for Leek United in the thriving market community known as ‘Silk Town’ is great customer service – that will never go out of fashion.
Our Macclesfield branch is in the pedestrian area in the centre of Macclesfield within easy walking distance of the town hall and shopping areas.
The branch is a short distance from the railway station – although it is a rather steep walk up into the town centre, and there are bus services available a couple of minutes’ walk from our branch including the 4, 5, 10, and 391 routes around the area.
Parking is good in the centre of Macclesfield. There are quite large Pay and Display car parks on Churchill Way and on Jordangate which are both within walking distance of the branch.
Veronica McNeil is the manager of our Macclesfield branch, offering superlative customer service with her dedicated team.
Macclesfield was recently voted one of the top 10 happiest places to live in Great Britain, and Veronica and her team do their best to continue this, with great customer service and financial advice at all stages of a customer’s financial journey.
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.