Branch Closure

Following a recent review of our branches we have taken the difficult decision to close this branch.

This branch will close on Saturday 13 July 2019. You can continue to visit the branch until this date.

Your accounts will continue to be serviced at our Colchester branch where our staff will be happy to help you.

You can of course continue to contact us via telephone, post and some of our accounts are accessible online.

If you would like to register for online access you can ask a member of staff or call our Contact Centre on 0800 072 1100. Please note that you will need to provide us with an email address and a mobile telephone number for each applicant.

For more information on our branch closures, please see our frequently asked questions.

Saffron Building Society: Frinton-on-Sea branch

Branch Address

32 Connaught Avenue, Frinton-On-Sea, Essex CO13 9PR

Branch Contact

01255 679060

Branch Opening Hours

Monday9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Tuesday9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Wednesday9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Thursday9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Friday9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Saturday9:00 AM - 12:00 NOON
SundayCLOSED
Bank HolidayCLOSED

Branch Facilities

  • Automated door
  • Hearing Induction Loop
  • Level access
  • Wheelchair access
  • Free parking outside branch (max. stay two hours)
  • Tea and coffee facilities

Branch Location

You can find Saffron Building Society's Frinton Branch, half way down Frinton On Sea famous Connaught Avenue, (Once thought of as The Bond Street of East Anglia). We are situated next to Frinton's Only Pub, and there is free parking situated outside the branch all the way along the avenue, so why not come in and see us for a Savings review and take a trip down memory lane. The Branch is situated only a short walking distance from the seafront.

Photo of the Frinton-On-Sea branch

About Frinton-On-Sea

Frinton-On-Sea is a small seaside town in Essex. Until late Victorian times, the settlement was made up of just a church, a few farms and a handful of cottages. During the 1890s the town was developed with a golf course and fine housing. Boarding houses and pubs were prohibited. The town attracted visitors from high society, with its lido, premium hotels and a high street dubbed as East Anglia’s Bond Street. Regular visitors to the town included the Prince of Wales and Winston Churchill.

Property at Frinton is still well sought after and the town remains a popular destination for those wishing to escape from London for the day.