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Ipswich Building Society boosts All In membership programme

Added: 12 April 2017

Ipswich Building Society boosts All In membership programme with exclusive Suffolk Food Hall Spring discount


Ipswich Building Society has launched ‘Member Mondays’ in partnership with Suffolk Food Hall, enabling the Society’s members to receive an exclusive 10% discount on Mondays for the duration of April, May and June 2017. This special offer joins a number of membership benefits on offer to the Society’s savers and mortgage borrowers, including a 10% exclusive discount on their first sailing with Fred Olsen Cruise Lines.

As a mutual, Ipswich Building Society operates to put the interests of its members first. Through its industry leading All In membership programme, members are encouraged to have a say in how the Society is run, and get access to special events, exclusive experiences and local discounts with specially selected partners. 

Suffolk Food Hall, the multi award winning farm shop is host to a traditional full-carcass butchery, wet fish counter, bakery, delicatessen and a home and garden department. Visitors can also enjoy The Cookhouse restaurant, which offers panoramic views across the Orwell and serves seasonal food, cooked to order in an open kitchen.

Sonia Jackson, Membership Manager, Ipswich Building Society said: “We are constantly looking for ways to make membership more meaningful and are pleased to have partnered with Suffolk Food Hall to give our members a discount they can enjoy throughout spring. These local partnerships are our way of giving something back to members, whilst showcasing the wonderful range of local organisations and producers that we have in our county.”

To receive 10% off all Suffolk Food Hall retail and restaurant purchases on Mondays in April, May and June 2017, members must present their Ipswich Building Society passbook.

Sonia Jackson Russ Haddow

Sonia Jackson, Membership Manager, pictured with Russ Haddow of Suffolk Food Hall

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