Credit Union House,
Co. Wicklow.
Phone (045) 865328 Fax (045) 891561

Welcome to our Web Page.

Established in 1973, Blessington and District Credit Union Limited is celebrating its 30th Anniversary. For the past thirty years the community of Blessington and the surrounding areas have achieved a better way of life through their participation in their Credit Union. Your Credit Union offers you the chance to have control over your own finances and gain financial independence.

Credit Union House, Blessington.
Joining the Credit Union
Becoming a member is easy. Just call to our office in Blessington or Donard during opening hours and complete the necessary documentation.
To be eligible to join - you must live or work within our Common Bond.
The Common Bond of Blessington and District Credit Union Limited embraces the villages of Blessington, Brittas, Manor Kilbride, Lacken, Valleymount, Hollywood, and Donard.

Current legislation requires you to produce photo and address identification.

Saving in your Credit Union.
When you become a member and start saving with your Credit Union you will receive a fair and reasonable return on your savings. Saving will also give you borrowing power and peace of mind knowing that you can always access money if required.

Borrowing from your Credit Union
Loans officers are on duty during all opening hours and loans are processed promptly
When you borrow from your Credit Union you avail of:
· Low Cost Loans - Current borrowing rate is 9.9%
· Repayments are designed to suit the member
· Interest is charged only on the outstanding balance
· No penalty for early repayment.
· Phone in loan applications
· Free life insurance
· Peace of mind should your circumstance change.
· No fees, charges, commissions or extras.
Terms and conditions apply.

Opening Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 9.30 to 4 p.m.
Wednesday 9.30 to 1 p.m.
Friday 9.30 to 7.30 p.m.
Saturday 10.00 to 1 p.m.

Friday 7.00 to 8.30 p.m.
Saturday 10.00 to 12 noon.

A function held in the Credit Union to unvail a photograph of the late Anne O'Byrne RIP

photo by Barry Hamilton