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Annual General Meeting, 5th December 2017

7th November

The Board of Directors would like to invite all members of Glasgow Credit Union to the 29th Annual General Meeting. Date: Tuesday 5th December Time: 5.30pm Location: Radisson Blu Hotel, 301 Argyle Street   If you have any questions you would like the Board to answer at the AGM, please email [email protected] Please remember to […]

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No Change to our Mortgage Rates

2nd November

Our mortgage rates will not be affected by the Bank of England rate increase You may have seen reports in the media that the Bank of England base rate has increased to 0.5% and that this will result in an increase in mortgage rates. We have no plans to change our mortgage rates due to the rise […]

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