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Switch & Save Money with Enniscorthy Credit Union

Tuesday, March, 22nd, 2022 in Credit Union News

Enniscorthy Credit Union has so much to offer – our lowest fee MyCU current account, MyCU debit Mastercard®, 24/7 online banking, Enniscorthy CU App, and for a limited time only we have a fantastic Switcher Loan rate of 8% (8.3% APR). Ulster Bank or KBC customers who need to move we are offering a viable […]

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St. Patricks Day 2022

Tuesday, March, 8th, 2022 in Credit Union News

Just a reminder that all our offices will be closed on Thursday March 17th for St. Patrick’s Day and also Friday March 18th this year in observance of the day of remembrance. Murrintown* sub-office will be open on Tuesday March 15th for our members from 10am to 5pm Enniscorthy, Ballymurn* and Taghmon* will be open […]

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Notice of Annual General Meeting 2021

Monday, January, 17th, 2022 in Credit Union News

The 2021 Annual General Meeting of the members of Enniscorthy Credit Union Limited will take place via Zoom Webinar on Thursday 27th January 2022 at 7.00 p.m. Members wishing to attend the Virtual AGM need to apply via email to and include the following information on your email. – Name – Member Number – […]

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COVID-19 Update 2022

Friday, January, 7th, 2022 in Credit Union News

Considering the ongoing national situation with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), our priority is the health and safety of our members and staff. In a bid to limit the length of time spent in the office and reduce the number of close contacts for our staff and members, we are temporarily suspending Opening Accounts at the counter. […]

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Saturday, December, 11th, 2021 in Credit Union News

Dear Member, Enniscorthy Credit Union will be holding its Annual General Meeting virtually again in January 2022.  The number of people required to gather to hold the AGM would be cause of concern due to COVID-19.  Details on how and when we will safely deliver our AGM will be communicated to you as soon as […]

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Cultivate Farmer Friendly Finance now available

Monday, November, 8th, 2021 in Credit Union News

Enniscorthy Credit Union has just joined Cultivate, the collaborate credit union finance lending platform specifically aimed at those in the farming sector. It comes as welcome news to farmers, farming organisation’s and Agri businesses in the local community especially with the exit of Ulster Bank from the Irish market and the closure of many Bank […]

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October Bank Holiday

Thursday, October, 21st, 2021 in Credit Union News

Our Enniscorthy Office will be closed on Monday October 25th as it is a Public Holiday. Our Enniscorthy, Ballymurn and Taghmon offices are open on Saturday 23rd October and will be back open on Tuesday at 10am in Enniscorthy to look after our members needs.  Enjoy the Holiday!

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AGM 2020 Rule Amendments

Thursday, September, 23rd, 2021 in Credit Union News

At the 2020 Annual General Meeting of Enniscorthy Credit Union Ltd held virtually on 20th April 2021, amendments to Enniscorthy Credit Unions Standard Rules were approved by a two-thirds majority of members present and voting at that meeting. These amendments related to Rule 1, Rule 96, Rule 98 and Rule 99, all of which incorporated […]

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Important Information for members using our older CuAnywhere Mobile App

Thursday, May, 20th, 2021 in Credit Union News

Please note that from May 31st 2021, we will be retiring our older cuAnywhere credit union mobile app. For members who have the cuAnywhere app installed – the app will no longer function and Members will no longer be able to carry out any actions including viewing their account. NEXT STEPS If you have not […]

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Your Ultimate Guide to…Wall Insulation

Thursday, May, 6th, 2021 in Credit Union News

As part of our House2GreenerHome content series, we’re wall to wall with wall insulation. Check out our ultimate guide below. When it comes to heating our homes, we can often be concerned about a draught under the door or perhaps heat escaping up the chimney. And while these are certainly ways in which Irish homes can lose […]

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