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The first Scottish Credit Union was founded in Drumchapel by Bert Mullen, a painter & decorator, in February 1970. Originally named Western Credit Union it later became Drumchapel Credit Union Ltd.

Today, Bert Mullen’s legacy is that there are now 109 credit unions in Scotland serving over 250,000 people with over £210m in savings and £180m out on loan. Approximately one in twenty people in Scotland are members of a Credit Union compared with one in sixty five in Britain. In Glasgow, one in five of the population are members.

The first Credit Union in Clackmannanshire was Tullibody Credit Union. In 2004 it merged with Alloa & Sauchie Savings Group to form Clackmannanshire Credit Union which now covers the whole of the county. We currently have collections in Alloa and Tullibody but we hope to extend that to other communities as we continue to grow.

Clackmannanshire Credit Union is a member-owned organisation. It is run by a Board of Directors elected by the Membership at the Annual General Meeting. Each adult member has one vote irrespective of the the size of his/her share balance. Any surplus earned by the Credit Union is returned to the membership via a dividend and/or improved services.

Anyone who lives or works in Clackmannanshire is eligible to join us. If you are 16 years or older then you can be an adult member. Junior membership is available for anyone under 16 years of age and the account must be opened and operated by the Parent/Guardian.

Clackmannanshire Credit Union is primarily a savings organisation and we ask all members to commit to saving regularly. Even £1 per week is sufficient to start a savings habit and savings are the life-blood of the Credit Union. An adult member must keep a minimum of £5 in his/her share account. If the share balance falls below this, the account must be closed. A junior member must keep a minimum of £1 in his/her share account.


Kilncraigs, Greenside St, Alloa,
Clackmannanshire FK10 1EB, United Kingdom

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