This category lists Credit Unions in the United Kingdom. A credit union is a financial institution built on the cooperative model, which means it is owned by its members instead of being a publicly traded company, such as a bank.
The United Kingdom also harbours institutions which are similar in history, structure and purpose, called Building Societies. They were originally conceived to allow their members to save towards buying or building housing, but now offer savings accounts and other services. See Building Societies for a list of these institutions.
Offers credit union financial services to staff and families of Lancashire and Cumbria Police Forces in Preston, Lancastershire.
Includes background information, membership, savings and loan services and an application form for download. Open to anyone who lives or works in the Leeds Metropolitan District.
Based in Glasgow, it serves Scottish transport industry members and features information on membership, forms, money matters, services and benefits.
Offers savings and loans to anyone who lives or works in the Worcester area. Features location, business address, opening times and institutional overview.
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