Keeping safe during your branch visit Wearing face coverings in shops and other High Street premises is now compulsory, unless you have a valid reason not to. The new law, to help combat the spread of Covid-19, applies in all branches of the credit union. If you haven’t visited us for some time we appreciate that you may feel a little anxious or be wondering what to expect. So just to recap here are some
Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updates This page will be updated with news about our response to Covid-19 To check if our services are being affected visit our Service Update page Wednesday 29th July Bethnal Green branch re-opening We hope to re-open our branch in Bethnal Green in mid-August. A re-opening date will be confirmed shortly.
Bethnal Green – temporary branch closure For the most recent updates please visit our service updates page Update: 11/8/20We hope to re-open the Bethnal Green branch of the credit union in due course. The exact date is to be confirmed. The LCCU branch in Bethnal Green is temporarily closed. We are closely monitoring the impact of the closure and will provide further updates
Coronavirus resources Below we publish a list of useful websites to find the latest information about Coronavirus. All links will open in a new tab Money and financial advice If you are concerned about your financial situation: Government advice for people affectedA roundup and details of how to access additional support announced by the government
We are continuing to take steps to limit the impact of the coronavirus on our services whilst protecting our members and staff. Managing your credit union accounts We strongly recommend members use 24/7 online banking and automated telephone banking to check account balances, recent account activity, and to make payments. These services are free and you can register online. Our current accounts, including our free Bronze option, mean you can send payments online that reach
Covid-19: Keeping members and staff safe We would like to update you on steps your credit union is taking to help minimise the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). We are following official guidance from the UK Government and Public Health England and will continue to monitor this carefully. Our primary concern is the health and wellbeing of our members and staff and we have taken the following precautionary safety measures: We are cleaning high contact points like