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The Directors of Bristol Credit Union (BCU) are looking for up to three people to join the Board to work on a voluntary basis to support the work of the Credit Union. This local savings and loans organisation aims to help local people ...
New Economy Summit 2015
Today’s mainstream economy has immense productive capacity, but we're
hitting the physical limits of the earth’s systems - climate change
looms, allocation of resources is very unequal, dissent is growing. So
what are the alternatives?
New Service Point in Larkhall
Residents of Larkhall and the surrounding area will soon be able to access services offered by Bristol Credit Union (BCU) from the New Oriel Hall, thanks to volunteers from the local community.
From the 1 October, people will be able to drop...
We have made some changes to our website which has meant updating some of the links that are used for the various secure areas, such as the member login page and the online membership applicati...
Financial Services Compensation Scheme
Members should be aware that some changes are being made to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). In particular there is a reduced protection limit which will apply to all banks, bui...
Work for Bristol City Council?
We’ll be at The Nexus, 100 Temple Street on Wednesday 16 September and Wednesday 23 September, 11.30am-2.30pm for Bristol City Council employees to find out more about savings and loans through payroll deduction. <...
The Bristol Pound, the UK’s first city-wide local currency is to be accepted by First Great Western for the first time at Bristol Temple Meads station.
Customers will be able to use Bristol Pounds at the station’s ticket offices from ...
New Service Point in Kingswood
Residents of Kingswood will be able to access services offered by Bristol Credit Union from Kingswood Library, thanks to volunteers from the local community.
From the 2 July, people wi...
Support renewable energy in the UK
100% renewable electricity company Good Energy has become the world’s first energy company to accept a local currency, with customers now able to pay their energy bills using Bristol Pounds.