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The Rev Eileen Bangay, chairman of the Stamford and Deepings Linc Up branch, speaks to Bob Ross
The Rev Eileen Bangay, chairman of the Stamford and Deepings Linc Up branch, speaks to Bob Ross
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Members of a credit union branch have set up a weekly contact point to help them reach more people.

The Stamford and Deepings branch of Linc Up, the Lincolnshire Credit Union, is running a session from 10am until 11.30am every Friday at the United Reformed Church Hall in Broad Street, Stamford.

People will be able to speak to a member of the union and find out more about the range of saving and loan services that are on offer.

Branch chairman Eileen Bangay said: “Up until now we just had the contact centre at the Citizens Advice Bureau on Wednesdays.

“We now have an information point telling people how they can ethically save or borrow at reasonable rates.”

The Stamford and Deepings branch was set up in August and already has more than 30 savers.

Eileen said: “People are being very positive.”

The union is always keen to hear from new savers and volunteers.

To find out more about the products on offer or to sign up to volunteer, visit www.linscreditunion.org.uk