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We're very sorry to hear that the #orfordness #lighthouse has finally succumbed to the sea and is set to be demolis… https://t.co/pIkkw9McdW(posted today)

What an achievement for our town! #ipswich #suffolk https://t.co/bBEtEorrDz(posted yesterday)

Building societies have a long history, stretching way back to 1775 - although the concept didn't fully get off the… https://t.co/ZdFyQE2NeS(posted 2 days ago)

This week we've released our #results for the last financial year, and we're pleased to report a record increase in… https://t.co/z1zEd2usIl(posted 6 days ago)

Today the new polymer #£20 note featuring artist JMW Turner goes into circulation - despite the use of #cash declin… https://t.co/cSLcYSSRga(posted 7 days ago)

Over the last year we've increased our savings balances to a record £603m, despite a challenging low interest rate… https://t.co/PB0iWiYq0f(posted 8 days ago)

RT @IpswichTwilight: This is #Ipswich waterfront, home of the @IpswichBuildSoc Twilight 5k in May 😍 https://t.co/0vGM7H82jO(posted 8 days ago)

Here at our #Woodbridge branch we're showcasing some fabulous pieces of art on behalf of our Mutual Advantage chari… https://t.co/gP6hD3FV8B(posted 8 days ago)

RT @WhatMortgage: Borrowers aged 50+ can benefit from a greater range of mortgage options, but they may not realise it.... find out more @I…(posted 9 days ago)

The term ‘leapfrog buyer’ is relatively new in the world of #mortgages – but what does it actually mean? Find out i… https://t.co/5RTn6x5Fax(posted 9 days ago)

Saving for a #mortgage deposit can feel like a slog - here are our top tips on getting started!… https://t.co/6iQcoLP9BF(posted 12 days ago)

RT @TargetGroupLtd: As the average age of a first time buyer is now 30, many #mortgage lenders are increasing their maximum age limits. Her…(posted 13 days ago)

If you're over 50 and thinking about taking out a mortgage, download our handy guide and find out everything you ne… https://t.co/amNM2q0iF8(posted 13 days ago)

Consumers are being warned to look out for automated phone calls pretending to be from their bank, building society… https://t.co/d95XDOgDCb(posted 14 days ago)

@VikingAnglian Thanks for your feedback. We believe financial literacy is a key life skill, enabling children to be… https://t.co/eKbotJMGRd(posted 15 days ago)

If you’re experiencing money worries, a #budget is a solid first step to getting your #finances back on track as it… https://t.co/jOmJDkEf7q(posted 15 days ago)

Join us at Trinity Park, Ipswich on Wednesday 25 March for our AGM and lead member event where we'll be joined by g… https://t.co/fbt56XGRQb(posted 16 days ago)

This week we were thrilled to donate a fabulous £718.18 to @FindIpswich to support their amazing work in our… https://t.co/8bvaRminhB(posted 19 days ago)

Getting a deposit together is probably the first thing you’ll think about when buying your first home. However, the… https://t.co/oti5gQDIAZ(posted 20 days ago)

@SuffolkEfW Thank you for having us!(posted 21 days ago)

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