Financing your dreams with Great Western Credit Union

Financing your dreams with Great Western Credit Union

Keep your next big step a little closer to home with Great Western Credit Union

Take advantage of Great Western Credit Union’s lowest-ever loan rate at 4.9% APR Representative to spruce up a bathroom or kitchen or make sustainable upgrades to bring down your energy bills.  Great Western Credit Union (GWCU), formerly Bristol Credit Union, are the largest credit union in the region. We have been helping thousands of members across the South West to finance their dreams and have a positive local impact for over 20 years. 

James Berry, CEO, explains: “Like all credit unions, we’re a ‘mutual’. This means all our customers are also members and, when we join forces, our money can be used to make fair banking happen. Whether it’s loans, savings or dividends, the money stays with local people. As well as supporting our members to have a healthy financial outlook, we’re very much invested in the communities we’re based in, too.

“Every year we support projects that make a difference to people’s lives, such as funding initiatives to help vulnerable people at risk of homelessness with loans to provide them with the extra they need, or investing in solar energy projects to support the region’s drive to reduce carbon emissions. 

“We’re proud of the many community projects and initiatives we’ve been part of, and that the money our services generate is put to good use for everyone.”

Do more with an advantage loan 

Our new Advantage Loan rate of 4.9% APR on loans from £7,500 to £15,000 enable you to do good with your borrowing. By choosing GWCU, instead of a bank or other commercial lender, you can make a difference to the work we do for our local communities – and boost the local economy. GWCU’s Advantage Loan offers a competitive interest rate with flexible repayments – including weekly – and no late payment or early-repayment charges.

Visit greatwesterncu.org, email info@gwcu.org.uk, or call 0117 924 7309 to find out more. 

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