Monmouthshire Celebrates Branch Opening with Welsh Rugby Stars

3 June 2011


Caerleon Road Branch Opening

Newport Gwent Dragons rugby stars Luke Charteris and Toby Faletau were on hand to officially open the new Caerleon Road branch of the Monmouthshire Building Society. Luke & Toby with Fans

Luke and Toby, who both play for the Newport Gwent Dragons and Wales, and who were both part of the 2011 Six Nations Championship squad, appeared at the new branch at 183 Caerleon Road, Newport on Saturday 21st May to celebrate its official opening.

Luke & Toby with Winning Families

As part of the opening, 50 lucky families were also given the opportunity to meet Luke and Toby at the branch. The families, who had entered a competition to win tickets, spent the morning chatting with the players, getting autographs and having photographs taken. Caerleon Road Branch

 The new branch, situated at 183 Caerleon Road, is a relocation of the Society’s former Maindee branch at Chepstow Road. The Caerleon Road branch offers enhanced customer facilities such as improved disabled access, a private interview room, and longer opening hours.Luke & Toby at Official Opening

The same helpful staff team remain on hand to assist customers and assure a friendly and professional service at all times. The new branch will continue to offer a competitive range of mortgage, savings and insurance products, coupled with the personal approach to customer service that the Society is well known for.

Mr Andrew Lewis, Chief Executive of Monmouthshire Building Society, said, “The new Caerleon Road branch is a key part of the Society’s long-term plan to develop and improve the delivery of our services across South Wales, and more importantly, within the Newport area, which is our core customer territory.”

He continued: “We were delighted that Luke Charteris and Tony Faletau were able to join us to celebrate the official opening of our new Caerleon Road branch, and that we were able to offer local rugby enthusiasts the opportunity to meet them up close.”

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