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Carl Sargeant, Social Justice Minister and Derek Vaughan, member of European Parliament visited Cardiff Credit Union recently. The politicians visited Cardiff Credit Union to meet staff and volunteers and find out more about the services on offer.
Social Justice Minister Carl Sargeant is calling on people, including those on low incomes, to join their local credit union as a safe and reliable way of saving and borrowing money.
"Credit Unions are a safe and affordable way of saving and borrowing money" said Carl Sargeant. "I am delighted to see that many people in the Cardiff and Vale area are already taking advantage of the services on offer here and would encourage anyone who has not yet joined to think about doing so. I am a member myself and feel reassured that my money is safe and that trustworthy financial help and advice is available should I need it."
Derek Vaughan, was also impressed by our growing membership base and pleased to hear that Cardiff Credit Union were establishing themselves as a professional and reputable financial services organisation within the community.
Cardiff Credit Union staff were delighted to meet the politicians and felt encouraged by their support.
Posted: Wednesday, 02 June 2010