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TEMPORARY CHANGES TO OUR BRANCH OPENING TIMES CAN BE FOUND HERE.Newbury Building Society is an independent, mutual society that has been serving the community for over 160 years, providing mortgages and savings for its members. We are proud of being a mutual organisation, which means we are owned by our members, and we are committed to creating long-term value for them.
Modern service provided by people who care. It's a pleasure to go into Newbury Building Society. You sit down to talk to the person serving you. They are always friendly, helpful and professional. The on-line service is excellent too.
Why choose Newbury Building Society?
There are many reasons why being a member of a mutual organisation is beneficial, from our commitment to providing excellent customer service to our engagement in our local communities. Further details on our approach and its benefits can be found here.
From your first home, to the one you want to build. We have a range of mortgages to suit.
From Cash ISAs, instant access and regular savings accounts, to charity and children's accounts, find out more.
Find out how we get involved with, and support the local communities.
We offer a range of career opportunities. Find out why the Society is a great place to work.
Newbury Building Society is a local, independent, mutual society. But what does that mean, and what benefit is it to our members?
Providing our members with excellent customer service is at the centre of all we do. We work hard to maintain high service standards whilst responding to our member's changing needs.
We have an active community and charity programme, supporting the communities in which our members and our staff live and work.
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