Saffron Building Society: Bishop's Stortford branch
15 Market Square, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire CM23 3UT
Branch Contact01279 757757 email@example.com
Branch Opening Hours
|Monday||9:30 AM - 14:30 PM|
|Tuesday||9:30 AM - 14:30 PM|
|Wednesday||9:30 AM - 14:30 PM|
|Thursday||9:30 AM - 14:30 PM|
|Friday||9:30 AM - 14:30 PM|
- Automated door
- Level access
- Private meeting rooms (2)
- Wheelchair access
Saffron Building Society's Bishop's Stortford branch is located very close to Jackson Square shopping centre, there is ample parking located all around the Building Society. Bishops Stortford has a lot to offer with the shops, eating places. There is a popular market every Thursday and Saturday. It has its own Train station and lots of buses to and from the area.
Jess Pursglove,Bishop's Stortford Branch Manager
Jess joined Saffron Building Society in 2010 as a Customer Services Assistant. She has worked in a number of our branches, and has managed Halstead since 2015. She loves interacting with customers and conducting savings reviews which allows us to spot opportunities for them and help them see things from a different perspective.
We are very proud of what we do at Saffron Building Society. We like to think that we make a difference.
About Bishop's Stortford
Bishop's Stortford is an historic market town in east Hertfordshire. Abandoned by the Romans, the Saxon settlement of Steort-ford grew up on the site. Bought by William, Bishop of London, in 1060, for the sum of eight pounds, the town acquired its modern name. The mound of a motte-and-bailey castle still exists in Bishop's Stortford, although the wood-built castle is long gone.
During World War II, Bishop's Stortford was the evacuation centre for many Britons. Throughout the second half of the 20th century, the town saw further growth and it continues to be a thriving community with superb communication links provided by nearby London Stansted Airport, the M11 and a fast rail link to London Liverpool Street station.