NHCU Lisburn Branch

NHCU Lisburn Branch

Our Vision

Connect individuals, groups and transform communities to create a sustainable environment in which all are proud to live, learn, play and work. We will create growth opportunities through support, capacity building and social economy initiatives to sustain regeneration in the Greater Lisburn area through building connections and alliances to positively influence decisions that will affect the communities.

Aims

To encourage thrift and promote systematic savings by encouraging members to save each week.

To eliminate usury and increase the purchasing power of its members by enabling them to borrow money at low interest rates.

NHCU Dunmurry Branch

NHCU Dunmurry Branch

To train and educate its members in business methods and self-government and to help them to realise the value of cooperation and mutual support.

To promote democracy by operating through a Board of Directors,Credit Committee and Supervisor Committee, elected by and from its members.

To create alternative personal financial services in the community and the place of work under the ownership and direction of its members.

The Common Bond of New Horizons is ‘Everyone who lives, works or studies within a seven-mile radius of our registered office at 126 Grand Street Lisburn and family living within the same household as a member’

We are :

  • Not for Profit
  • Not for Charity
  • But for Service

Our Credit Union is ‘Working for today, planning for tomorrow’.

Branch Details:-

Lisburn Branch, 126 Grand Street, Lisburn, BT27 4UE

Tel. 02892 667 744

Opening Times

Thursday 10:30 – 15:30

Dunmurry Branch 5/7 Upper Dunmurry Lane, Dunmurry, BT17 0AA

Tel. 02890 996 248

Opening Times

Friday 11:30– 16:30

Please visit our website at www.newhorizonscreditunion.co.uk

If you would like to open up an adult, junior or club account please call into one of our branches and to keep up to date with all things going on at our Credit Union please click here and like our Facebook Page

New Horizons Credit Union is affiliated to the Ulster Federation of Credit Unions and are regulated by The Financial Conduct Authority and the Bank of England Prudential Regulation Authority