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News Pig May17

 

 

26 May 2017 : Press release Ipswich Building Society forges ahead with five-year fixed rate mortgage range

Ipswich Building Society has added to its expanding mortgage range with three new five-year fixed rate products aimed at the Residential, Buy-to-Let and Shared Ownership markets. At a time of industry low interest rates, the Society is offering its members the chance to lock in longer-term deals...

 

We're big supporters of fundraising campaigns for causes near and far.

Most of our fundraising is organised by our branches, and often involve activities at branch offices or in branch towns.

Check back to see what's coming up in your area.

Date

What's happening...

June 2014

Aldeburgh branch:

Acting as a food bank collection point for East Suffolk Food Bank. Whilst all non-perishable food items are welcome they are in need of UHT milk, tinned vegetables and soup, rice, pasta, jam, biscuits, cereals and tinned puddings.

June 2014

 

Hadleigh branch:

Acting as a food bank collection point for Suffolk FIND & Chapman Centre. Suffolk FIND are in need of items with a long shelf life such as food in tins, jars or packets. The Chapman Centre are managed by Ipswich Housing Action Group (IHAG), offers advice and support to those who are homeless or at risk of losing their home. As well as housing and benefit advice individuals can use the centre as their postal address, access the internet and receive healthcare, showers and hot food. The centre is in particular need of personal items such as: shampoo and shower gel (small containers), toothpaste and toothbrushes, men's underpants and socks (new) and bath towels (new or nearly new).

June 2014

Halesworth branch:

Acting as a food bank collection point for Halesworth Community Larder Foodbank. Whilst all non-perishable food items are welcome they are in need of UHT milk, tinned vegetables and soup, rice, pasta, jam, biscuits, cereals and tinned puddings.

June 2014

Haverhill branch:

Acting as a food bank collection point for REACH Foodbank. Whilst all non-perishable food items are welcome they are in need of long-life milk, tinned foods (including soup), pasta, rice, tea, coffee and fruit juice.

June 2014

Ravenswood branch:

Acting as a food bank collection point for Suffolk FIND & Chapman Centre. Suffolk FIND are in need of items with a long shelf life such as food in tins, jars or packets. The Chapman Centre are managed by Ipswich Housing Action Group (IHAG), offers advice and support to those who are homeless or at risk of losing their home. As well as housing and benefit advice individuals can use the centre as their postal address, access the internet and receive healthcare, showers and hot food. The centre is in particular need of personal items such as: shampoo and shower gel (small containers), toothpaste and toothbrushes, men's underpants and socks (new) and bath towels (new or nearly new).

June 2014

Saxmundham branch:

Acting as a food bank collection point for East Suffolk Food Bank. Whilst all non-perishable food items are welcome they are in need of UHT milk, tinned vegetables and soup, rice, pasta, jam, biscuits, cereals and tinned puddings.

June 2014

Sudbury branch:

Acting as a food bank collection point for Storehouse Food Bank. Whilst all non-perishable food items are welcome they would love donations of tinned meals, pasta, rice, packet soups, cereal, tea bags, coffee, toiletries and chocolate bars. 

June 2014

Tower Ramparts branch:

Acting as a food bank collection point for Suffolk FIND & Chapman Centre. Suffolk FIND are in need of items with a long shelf life such as food in tins, jars or packets. The Chapman Centre are managed by Ipswich Housing Action Group (IHAG), offers advice and support to those who are homeless or at risk of losing their home. As well as housing and benefit advice individuals can use the centre as their postal address, access the internet and receive healthcare, showers and hot food. The centre is in particular need of personal items such as: shampoo and shower gel (small containers), toothpaste and toothbrushes, men's underpants and socks (new) and bath towels (new or nearly new).

June 2014

Woodbridge branch:

Acting as a food bank collection point for Suffolk FIND Foodbank. Suffolk FIND are in need of items with a long shelf life such as food in tins, jars or packets.

  • Ipswich (Town Centre)01473 230211Email usBranch information
  • Ipswich (Ravenswood)01473 273736Email usBranch information
  • Aldeburgh01728 453840Email usBranch information
  • Hadleigh01473 827373Email usBranch information
  • Halesworth01986 875133Email usBranch information
  • Haverhill01440 710720Email usBranch information
  • Saxmundham01728 603876Email usBranch information
  • Sudbury01787 375388Email usBranch information
  • Woodbridge01394 380537Email usBranch information
  • Capel St Mary 01473 311558 Email us Branch information
  • Felixstowe 01394 282037 Email us Branch information
  • Mildenhall 01638 711171 Email us Branch information
  • Southwold 01502 723308 Email us Branch information

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