Bath Building Society hand out £6,500 in their Charity Awards 2017


Eight Charities and Community Groups from the local area are sharing £6,500 from Bath Building Society’s Annual Charity Awards scheme.  A further three organisations have received a pair of Bath Building Society hot air balloon tickets which can be used to raise funds. The Awards; now in their 11th year, were established to support as many local initiatives as possible from the growing number …

Read full story

New Director appointed to the Board


Bath Building Society Group can announce that Tonia Lovell has been appointed to the Board as of 1 May 2017. Tonia is a Chartered Secretary and joined the Society in May 2008 as Head of Compliance and Society Secretary and she managed the relationship for the outsourced Internal Audit function.  During the last nine years Tonia’s role has developed and grown and in 2011 she became…

Read full story

Mortgage Lending at a high at Bath Building Society


The Bath Building Society Group has announced that it has had another successful year for 2016. The Group’s mortgage book has increased to a record high of £231.2m (2015: 226.9m) with gross mortgage lending at £43.6m (2015: £40.9m). The Group’s assets rose by 2.2% to £298.9m, from £292.6m on the previous year and it showed an 11.6% increase in its reserves from £26.8m to £29.9m year on year.  …

Read full story

Winners announced of the Fireworks Safety Poster competition 2016


Children from 40 schools in Bath have entered this year’s Fireworks Safety poster competition sponsored by Bath Building Society and supported by The Rotary Club of Bath. The winners of the five categories were given a money voucher to open a Bath Building Society Account, a 51 piece art set and a Bath Building Society goody bag. Age 4-5 years 1st: Henry Blake, Moorlands Infants & Junior Scho…

Read full story

Fireworks Safety Poster competition 2016 launches


Bath Building Society and The Rotary Club of Bath have this week launched the annual Fireworks Safety Poster competition at St Stephens Primary School in Bath.  Some of the Judges of the competition went to the school to see how the children were getting on with their posters. Alan Keeling and Trevor Dawson from The Rotary Club of Bath and Tiffany Hardie-Albutt from Bath Building …

Read full story