Category Archives: news

Are you making the most of your Cash ISA savings?

You might have noticed that some financial institutions have reduced their ISA interest rates recently, so, it’s definitely worth checking to see if this has impacted you and if you’d benefit from considering switching your cash ISA to another provider. Is it complicated or time consuming to change ISA provider? The process for switching your […]

Help to Buy ISA Deadline

Halloween’s finally over that means the only scary thought now is that the Help to Buy: ISA deadline is fast approaching. You have until the 30th November 2019 to open your new account, subject to eligibility. The Help to Buy: ISA is government backed and allows first time buyers to save for their first home […]

@PBS – Introduction of Two Factor Authentication (2FA)

Two Factor Authentication (2FA) is a new mandatory requirement for proving the identity of online members. Nowadays, relying on just a username and password is no longer enough to ensure your cyber security and we are sure you have seen the introduction of 2FA on other financially based websites you may use. Penrith Building Society […]

Charity Bike Challenge

On Friday the staff of PBS completed their big bike challenge raising money for Sunbeams Music trust. We cycled an amazing 112 miles during our working day and raised £71.48 in the process with the kind donations of our Members. This was also the final challenge of our Bronze Better Health at Work Award which […]

Exciting staff news at Penrith Building Society

We have had some exciting staff news recently at Penrith Building Society. Lucy will be joining the team full time as Finance and Business Services Assistant from Monday 19 August. Lucy will be a familiar face to many of you having worked on the counter on Saturdays having started her time with us on a […]

Better Health at Work Award

Penrith Building Society has recently signed up to the Better Health at Work Award commencing at Bronze level, which focuses on the Health and Wellbeing of its employees initially. As we pass and progress through the levels we can use our knowledge and skills to aid the wider community. Clare, Matthew, Freya and James have […]