Saffron Building Society: Frinton-on-Sea branch
32 Connaught Avenue, Frinton-On-Sea, Essex CO13 9PR
Branch Contact01255 679060 email@example.com
Branch Opening Hours
|Monday||9:00 AM - 2:30 PM|
|Tuesday||9:00 AM - 2:30 PM|
|Wednesday||9:00 AM - 2:30 PM|
|Thursday||9:00 AM - 2:30 PM|
|Friday||9:00 AM - 2:30 PM|
|Saturday||9:00 AM - 12:00 NOON|
Christmas Opening Hours
|Monday 24||9:00AM - 12:00NOON|
|Thursday 27||9:00AM - 2:30 PM|
|Friday 28||9:00AM - 2:30 PM|
|Saturday 29||9:00AM - 12:00NOON|
|Monday 31||9:00 AM - 2:30 PM|
|Wednesday 2||9:00 AM - 2:30 PM|
- Automated door
- Hearing Induction Loop
- Level access
- Wheelchair access
- Free parking outside branch (max. stay two hours)
- Tea and coffee facilities
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, and is open Monday to Friday 9:00 till 17:00 and open on Saturdays 9:00 until Midday.
Luke Platt,Frinton-On-Sea Branch Manager
Luke has been a branch manager since 2013, and previously a customer consultant for almost seven years. He has always worked in customer services and enjoys the interaction, and the stories, from his customers. He considers the Frinton-on-sea branch as a 'family place to work'.
As a mutual we have an advantage in customer care. We do everything we can to support the customer.
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.