Leek United’s Uttoxeter branch opened in 1979 – and certainly put the ‘local’ into ‘local building society’ – the Market Place building we moved into used to be The Vine public house in years gone by.
In recent years, the team have maintained close links with the Dove Valley First Responders, raising thousands of pounds – thanks to the generosity of staff and customers – to help maintain life-saving medical aid cover for the busy market town and surrounding communities.
If you are visiting our Uttoxeter branch and need to park locally, the closest car park is on Carter’s Square which is about a 5-minute walk from the branch. It is pay and display throughout the day.
Public transport links are good. We are close to a bus stop which is served by the 401, 402, 402A and 403 routes to the surrounding area and these run regularly throughout the day.
Michelle Prince joined the Society in 2007 and spent 11 years at our branch in Cheadle before taking promotion to manage the Uttoxeter branch in March 2018 where she is supported by an experienced team including Jayne Fallows – our Senior Mortgage Adviser.
Michelle and her team pride themselves in delivering excellent customer service and have a strong relationship with the local area including their fund raising and support for various local charities.
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.