Santander rolls out local in-branch education classes for first time buyers as new research reveals three in five aspiring homeowners think “exchange” is when you hand over keys on moving day and 43 per cent expect to get any fees already paid refunded if a chain collapses
Santander Armada Way welcome would-be first-time buyers in Plymouth on 22 nd February for a 90-minute class to...
On Tuesday 7 January 2020, Santander UK will officially open its newly redesigned branch at 157-159 Armada Way, Plymouth, PL1 1JF. The new-look branch has been designed to deliver even better customer service and community-friendly banking.
The branch will be opened by Toby Gorniak MBE and Jo Gorniak, founders and directors of local charity Street Factory CIC, who will cut the ribbon...
On Friday 9th December 2016, La La Choirs held their second annual ‘CLIC for Christmas’ concert at Exeter Cathedral. Performing to a sold-out audience, they started the festive season off with a bang with a selection of Christmas favourites such as the Perry Como classic, ‘It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas’ and the Louis Armstrong hit ‘Wonderful World’.
CHICKS want to say a big thank you to the Plymouth branch of Santander Bank which has been supporting them for the last two years. Their annual winter ball in November ball raised an impressive total of over £27,000! Santander staff volunteered on the night, selling raffle tickets resulting in Santander Foundation matching the £3500 their staff raised.
Staff from Santander Plymouth Branch, led by Sarah Richardson, ran stalls at Glen Park Primary’s Summer fair, raising an amazing £1,710 to help purchase new equipment which will benefit the children who attend the school.
This amount was then matched by the Santander Foundation taking the total to £3,420.
Louise Cutler, Chair of Friends said: "We cannot thank Santander enough...
Janet Cattanach an active user of the community hall, mentioned recently to Santander that the Women’s Institute of Newton Ferrers and Noss Mayo have recently refurbished their local community hall, but had to borrow funds to complete the project.
Matthew Bishop, Santander, really wanted to help, so on 21 March 2015 Santander Plymouth supported a Black and White dinner event.