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We’re different because you are.

At Bath Building Society our purpose is simple, we do everything we can to help Members achieve their financial goals. Whether it’s buying a home, saving for a special purchase or putting a bit aside for a rainy day. And we’ve been doing it since we started business in the beautiful Georgian City of Bath way back in 1904.

As a small Building Society we know everyone’s financial situation is different and so we specialise in creating bespoke mortgage and savings products for our Members. From niche mortgages for students and older borrowers, to innovative savings accounts to encourage our local community to develop a savings habit or save towards their first home.

“More than any other sector, Building Societies change lives by making dreams of home ownership come true.” Kevin Gray, CEO, Bath Building

We’re the perfect size to really get to know our customers’ and listen to individual needs and we’re passionate about delivering a personal service.

We have two Branches, one in the Bath city centre and one in Oldfield Park, and six Agencies in the region as well as a customer service team based at our head office in Queen Square, which means you get straight through to the team when you contact us via live chat, email or telephone.

As a mutual organisation we operate solely for the benefit of our borrowers and savers and not external shareholders. As well as the financial benefits this brings, it puts our Members at the heart of everything we do. As a Member of the Society you also play a part in planning our future, as well as the great work we do in the local community.

With a team of over 60 employees all living locally, we are personally connected to our local community and are happy to support many charities and community groups doing amazing work and making a real difference in our area. We’re proud of our pledge to support the local community and encourage colleagues to use their expertise to help other organisations, schools, charities and community groups in our area whenever possible.

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