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You might be interested in the Financial Section on this site. Banks, like Building Societies, often have a restricted range of services - and are notoriously conservative when investing your money. This usually results in very low rates of return. Our financial section covers other Financial Institutions, Mortgages, Investment Consultants, Credit & Finance Companies - and Crowd Funding!

Also see below for all the Building Societies around Your Postcode with their contact details. Just click through to go to a map, street views, reviews and a link to their own websites.

Banks

McColl's

The Street, Hempnall NR15 2AD, UK – 01508 498235

Went in once wanting some bulmers crushed red berries and lime couldn't see any asked jade and she so kindly went out back and got me some 10/10 great service love it

Friendly staff in the post office inside a shop.

Shell

Ipswich Rd, Long Stratton, Norwich NR15 2XJ, UK – 01508 530491

Lotus main dealer close to the factory. Also a petrol station. Good service and friendly staff

Friendly staff

Excel Mortgage Services Ltd

The Street, Long Stratton NR15 2XQ, UK – 01508 486053

Tony, Sarah and the team have helped me renew my mortgage and arrange our life insurances. They dealt with all of this on our behalf, the information provided was clear and easy to understand and I also got great rates and cover without having to try and organise it all myself. The whole experience was great and I have already recommended them to friends and family without hesitation.

Fast, efficient & friendly service... arranged a re-mortgage for us recently and took away the stress & headache of finding a new provider, highly recommended .

Building Societies

East Of England Co-operative Supermarket

The St, Long Stratton, Norfolk NR15 2XJ, UK – 01508 536109

Has a subway. a little pricey. does support local produce. Friendly staff. Has a paypoint services and other parcel services wouldn't do a weekly shop there but good for small restocks in the fridge or larder

Staff could know more about what's in stock...some of them seem more interested in chatting to each other than serving customers which I find irritating when they are busy.