everyday loansfor everyday life
If you have already submitted an application to us and want to know what the next stage is, please give us a call on 01827 211039.
If you would like us to call you back, enter your details in the appropriate section below. Alternatively refer to the map to find the branch location.
Points of Interest: Tamworth
Situated in the wonderful county of Staffordshire, Tamworth is defined by the River Tame which runs straight through the town. Boasting a modest population of 77,000, the area is home to an increasingly diverse range of industries including IT and logistics as well as materials trading.
The far-back history of Tamworth is a fascinating one. In the times of the Romans – specifically 43 -400 CE- the area was home to the Coritani British tribe. This then progressed into rulership by the Anglo-Saxons, archaeology of which is still uncovered to this day.
One of the most notable landmarks in Tamworth is the spectacular Tamworth Castle, a circular fortified castle structure that is remarkably intact. Fond with residents and informative to visitors, many have taken a step back in time to visit the grounds and the immaculately maintained interior of the castle. Many a child has taken part in the fun tradition of hunting for dragons amidst the rooms and halls of a true heritage building.
Those looking for something a little more modern than the medieval will find themselves satisfied with the area. The Middleton Lakes make for a wonderful day spent walking outdoors and other attractions such as the SnowDome and Drayton Manor Park offer a versatile range of options for day trips. There’s even a quintessential and lovingly maintained railway attraction in the form of Statfold Barn Railway museum!
Tamworth stands as a welcoming and unique place to visit, and an area we are excited to become a part of with our new branch opening.