Nationwide Comes To Glastonbury!

The Nationwide Building Society announces it is opening a new branch in Glastonbury!

Following the Glastonbury community’s high profile Last Bank Standing Campaign earlier this year, the Nationwide Building Society has spent the last three months exploring the viability of opening a new branch in the town – consulting with various stakeholders, holding an on-line poll, and taking part in the Neighbourhood Plan consultation event on 14th and 15th October in the Town Hall.

On 18th November, the Nationwide issued the following statement:

Thank you to the whole Glastonbury community and those who have joined in showing their support for us coming to the town. We’re delighted to announce that Nationwide Building Society will be opening a branch in the heart of Glastonbury next summer with the location to be agreed early next year.

We’ll work closely with the local community to make sure your branch understands the services and facilities that you need. Above all, we want to provide a branch that works for the community and that will lead to local people actively using the service and opening accounts.

There will be lots of opportunity for the town to influence and help shape the branch over the coming months and you’ll be instrumental in its future and success.”

To find out more – visit the Nationwide’s website HERE.

‘Hi-tech banking comes to town’ front page of the Central Somerset Gazette, 24th November 2016.
‘Hi-tech banking comes to town’ front page of the Central Somerset Gazette, 24th November 2016.
‘High-tech service to plug banking gap’ from Central Somerset Gazette, 24th November 2016.
‘High-tech service to plug banking gap’ from Central Somerset Gazette, 24th November 2016.

 

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