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With a range of savings accounts to suit everyone, you can be confident you can handle the unexpected

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Why join a
Credit Union?

  • We are different
  • We are owned and controlled by our members
  • Have no external shareholders taking profits
  • Provide market beating savings rates
  • Offer fair and reasonable loans
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"I opened my account in 2016 because I wanted to support my local credit union and invest in a fairer, social economy in Neath Port Talbot.  It's about strengthening our community and helping it to grow.  

I would encourage everyone to open an account with their local credit union and help the growth of responsible, locally accessible credit.” 

Michael Sheen, Member of Neath Port Talbot Credit Union

"If it was not for Neath Port Talbot Credit Union I do not think that I would have managed to save and pay for my wedding as well as a lovely 14 nights away in Mauritius for my honeymoon.

The staff in the office are really approachable and it’s been great getting to know the team.  They are always ready to offer help and advice."

Saskia Matthews from Port Talbot

Latest News

Statement regarding failure of LASA Credit Union/My Community Bank Wales - RE: LASA Credit Union/My Community Bank Wales The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has announced the failure of Loans and Savings Abertawe Credit Union Limited (also trading as My Community Bank Wales) which was declared in default on 29th August 2018. We at Celtic Credit Union, Neath Port Talbot Credit Union and Swansea Bay Credit Continue Reading
Celebrating 1 year in Swansea - To celebrate the 1 year anniversary of our Swansea branch being open, we are in the city centre today opposite the Market Entrance by Lloyds Bank. Pop by for a chat!
FCA to impose restrictions on “rent-to-own” shops - 'Rent-to-own' shops that sell appliances and furniture for small weekly payments but with a high interest rate face a price cap. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has spent nearly two years looking at the cost of high interest borrowing. It has now outlined a package of plans for rent-to-own, doorstep lending and catalogue shopping. High-cost Continue Reading
Online Balance issue resolved - Update: Wednesday 30th May. On Tuesday 29th May we had a technical issue with online member balances, where account balances were not correctly updated. The issue has now been resolved. We would like to thank our members for their patience.