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During the first quarter of 2014 Leeds Building Society has again been able to help a number of charities, thanks to the support of its members and colleagues.Read article
Leeds Building Society will be compliant with the new regulations under the Mortgage Market Review (MMR) for intermediary mortgages on 14th April, ahead of the 26th April deadline.Read article
John Manship has retired from Leeds Building Society after a career spanning over 44 years. He joined, straight from school aged 18, on 1st October 1968 as a Cashier Clerk at the Society’s Sheffield branch, the city where he was also born and educated to A-Level standard. John left his hometown in 1976 to move to Dewsbury, as the Society’s Branch Manager. He lived in Mirfield for a number of years and has lived in Ossett since 1989. John has been married twice, his current wife is Therese and he has a son, Oliver, and two step-sons Ben and Tom.Read article
As the League One Season draws to a thrilling climax, Leeds Building Society presented Doncaster Rovers Football Club with a cheque for £11,500 during the half time interval of their game with Notts County on Saturday.Read article
Leeds Building Society is inviting the people of Peterborough to join them for a Guide Dogs Fun Day in their branch, at 2 Queen Street, between 10.00 a.m. and 4 p.m. this Wednesday (24th April) in order to raise funds for the local Guide Dogs charity.Read article
Tiny Lives is delighted to be working again in 2013 with Leeds Building Society whose employees are raising funds for premature and ill newborn babies in the region. In 2012, 72 colleagues at the administrative office and contact centre at Silverlink, and 53 colleagues in the 11 branches across the region and branches across the UK, fundraised for Tiny Lives.Read article
The current tax year finishes this Friday, 5th April, so there is only a few days left to open a tax free account (from a minimum balance of £1) or top up this year’s subscription to the maximum of £5,640 (2012/ 2013 ISA allowance). Using the ISA allowance in full means standard rate taxpayers can benefit from an extra 20% interest, with higher rate taxpayers receiving an extra 40% interest.Read article