Our Governance Information booklet is now available to view within the secure members area of the website. The booklet was created in response to member feedback at last years AGM and provides a summary of our governance activities, structure and associated responsibilities. We’ve also included details of Directors’ Remuneration and associated budgets, Board and Committee […]
£1,000 was recently donated to Aberlours Children’s Charity. This charity helps young people and their families to overcome significant challenges like growing up in care, living with a disability and dealing with the impact of drugs and alcohol on family life. The donation will be used towards tackling the severe social and financial disadvantages experienced […]
Giving Glasgow has recently donated £500 to Scottish Autism. The charity exists to help those diagnosed with autism to lead full enriched lives and increase their skills and confidence. Part of their work involves providing weekly therapy workshops delivered by trained therapists in their Glasgow service. The funds donated will help towards covering the cost […]
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You are aged 18 or over
You have a UK bank account in your own or joint names
You are a permanent UK resident
You have never been bankrupt or had a Court Decree
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Your current employer's address details
Details of monthly income and outgoings
Bank or building society details (sort code and account number)
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Please be aware that the longer you take to pay back a loan, the more you will pay back in interest. If you go for a shorter term your monthly repayment might go up, but you'll save in interest and pay back your loan faster.