Win 1 of 2 tickets to the Senior Hurling Final on Sunday

This is a promotion campaign by St. Canice’s Credit Union for its members only. Competition is posted from Monday 21st September to 3pm on Friday 25th September 2020. 2 Winners will be chosen from Facebook or Instagram. A draw for which social platform will be completed. Each winner will win 1 ticket only for the […]

Read More

Save on current account & debit card fees with the credit union

Are you a Bank of Ireland customer who will now be faced with increased fees? There is an easy way to save on fees; Switch your current account to the credit union. You can sign up online or call us on 056 7722042. Read all the details here.

Read More

Fraud Alert: SMS ‘Smishing’ Scams

What is Smishing? Smishing (a combination of the words SMS and Phishing) is a scam where fraudsters send fraudulent text messages to customers, claiming to be from a reputable organisation such as a bank, card issuer or other service provider. The message will typically ask you to click on a link to a website or […]

Read More

Back to School Research 2020

Over a quarter (27%) of Irish parents are getting into debt to cover the costs of back to school. While this figure is down from 36% in 2019, the average debt parents find themselves in has increased by €40 from €357 to €397. Of this 27% in debt, over four fifths (81%) have debts of […]

Read More

Leaving Cert Results in September – KickStart Loan offer extended.

Everything is running a little later than usual this year for Leaving Cert students. The results of the Leaving Certificate Calculated Grades 2020 will be issued through the government calculated grades student portal and to schools on Monday, 7 September 2020. Thereafter, the first round CAO offers for colleges and universities will be issued on […]

Read More

Switch and Save

Did you know that you can switch your existing bank loan to our Kick Start loan rate? Our KickStart loan has been a great success and one of the categories that has seen a major uptake is; people Switching their existing bank loan to their Credit Union in order to save huge money over the […]

Read More

Credit Union Movement Legend; John Devine passes peacefully.

John Devine’s passing on May 26th caused widespread shock both among his friends and neighbours in Bagenalstown and across the Credit Union community. John was held in the highest esteem by countless people and was hugely respected for his work in the Credit Union movement, to which he dedicated almost half his life. John joined […]

Read More

Time to Kick Start

Over the past couple of months, a lot of things have been put on hold and now is the time to kick start things again, albeit it with caution. In order to kick start the local economy, our lending as well as to assist with all those purchases and projects that have been put on […]

Read More

St. Canice’s CU CEO, Claire Lawton, set to retire next month.

Claire Lawton epitomises the many definitions of leadership, none more so than that of Jane Sparrow in ‘The Culture Builders’. Being prophet, storyteller, strategist, coach and most importantly pilot; her calm nature exuding an authoritative yet enabling environment in which people and business can thrive. St. Canice’s Credit Union’s success is attributable in large part […]

Read More

Branch evening hours return to normal

Over the past couple of weeks our branches have closed an hour early each evening. The closing times for each branch will return to normal from tomorrow: Tuesday 5th May. Updates have been made to Google but they have said there are delays in change acceptances for all business pages. For all branch opening hours […]

Read More