Bramhall Village Square Gets New Banking Hub

Bramhall Village Square Gets New Banking Hub

Bramhall Village Square Gets New Banking Hub

Bramhall Village Square is a thriving local shopping centre in Stockport and part of Wain Estates’ managed property portfolio.


Recent investment has seen the creation of a new play area for the under 5’s, new signage, a book library and we organise a series of events throughout the year.


New occupiers include a large store for Trek Bikes with a service and repair workshop as well as large retail space and the first permanent Banking Hub in Greater Manchester.

The Hub offers a counter service operated by the Post Office, where customers of all major banks and building societies can carry out regular cash transactions, Monday to Friday, 9am-5.00pm.


It also offers a Community Banker service where customers can talk to their own bank about more complicated issues on the day their bank is in the Hub:


Monday: NatWest

Tuesday: Barclays

Wednesday: Santander        

Thursday: Lloyds

Friday: Halifax


We combined two units to create a large and welcoming space which as well as the post office counter also has a private meeting room for customers to discuss their personal banking matters.


Paul Wrigglesworth, Wain Estates property director, said: “When the final bank in Bramhall closed, we actively approached Cash Access to explore the possibility of bringing a Banking Hub to the Square and are absolutely delighted to now see it open.

“It will provide a vital banking service, needed not just by members of the community but by the many independent shops and businesses in Bramhall Village Square and the wider village centre.”


Gareth Oakley, CEO, Cash Access UK: “I’m delighted to see the opening of our Bramhall Hub in the Village Square. As well as supporting continued access to cash and face-to-face banking services for residents, it will provide a boost to local businesses too.”


More information about Banking Hubs here: