Sleaford Savings Bank records

Scope and Content

Management records of the Sleaford Savings Bank.

Administrative / Biographical History

Sleaford Savings Bank opened in 1818. In 1921 the bank amalgamated with the Boston and District Savings Bank.

The first known address for the branch was recorded in 1934 as Market Place. In 1936 the address was New Road. On 5 July 1937 the branch reopened after the premises in New Road had been modernized.

In 1975 the branch became part of TSB of Eastern England.

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