We’re delighted to announce that we’ve appointed Phil Goodridge-Reynolds to the role of Branch Manager for the new branch in Glastonbury. He will head up the new branch when it opens next Summer.

Phil is the first member of the new Glastonbury team and joins from the Society’s Crewkerne branch, where he has been Branch Manager.

Community Event 7th January – Glastonbury Town Hall

A big thank you to those of you who were able to join us at our most recent event on 17th December. It was a great opportunity to get to know you and share some of the requirements of the branch. And to introduce Phil the newly appointed Branch Manager.

The next of our events will be taking place on Saturday 7th January at 10am, once again in the Town Hall, Glastonbury. If you’d like to let us know about the causes that matter most to you and understand more about Nationwide’s work with local communities, please come along for a chat.

We’ll also be back with Phil, our Branch Manager and local teams to answer your questions about what membership might mean for you as well as sharing information about the new branch and the team.

Glastonbury consultation event - October 2016

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Keeping in touch

We'll update the webpage with further news and progress as it happens. Our latest film on this page shares a summary of the fantastic community consultation event we held in October. Thanks to everyone who took part.

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