27 Jun 2022

Rosses Credit Union fail to secure Bank of Ireland building in Dungloe

"The building went to a higher bidder"

Rosses Credit Union fail to secure  Bank of Ireland building in Dungloe

The Bank of Ireland building at Main Street, Dungloe

Rosses Credit Union's attempt to purchase the former Bank of Ireland building in Dungloe has failed.

The body updated its members and future members on their efforts to secure the building.

"We regret to inform you that we were unsuccessful in the purchase. The building went to a higher bidder and to be honest we were disappointed.

"As a well-established financial institution who stepped up to accommodate Bank of Ireland customers when they left we felt we may have had a chance of getting the building in order to accommodate the people of the Rosses, Fintown and Arranmore better.

"Regardless of this we do promise to be here for our members' needs for a long time to come," said a spokesperson.

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