Cathedral Square, Peterborough

Cathedral Square
5 Cathedral Square, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. PE1 1XH
  • Monday

    Opening hours are 9am - 5pm

  • Tuesday

    Opening hours are 9am - 5pm

  • Wednesday

    Opening hours are 9:30am - 5pm

  • Thursday

    Opening hours are 9am - 5pm

  • Friday

    Opening hours are 9am - 5pm

  • Saturday

    Opening hours are 9am - 3pm

  • Sunday

    Sorry, but we're closed.

Tel: (01733) 313171
Fax: (01733) 558178

Local Information

The closest short stay car park for the Cathedral Square branch is located off Bishops Road. This is pay and display. The closest long stay car park for the Cathedral Square branch is located off Rivergate Road, A15 next to the Key Theatre or any of the Queensgate shopping centre car parks which are pay and display or pay on exit. Alternatively there are good public transport links located on Bridge Street or Queensgate Bus Station.

Manager Back to Top

  • Andrea Heath - Branch Manager

    Andrea Heath Andrea started her career at N&P in 2004, gaining experience of all aspects of branch life. She is proud to be able to show the people of Peterborough what the benefits of being a mutual organisation is all about.

Mortgage Advisers Back to Top

  • Hannah Wilson - Mortgage Adviser

    Hannah Wilson Hannah has worked for the N&P in Cathedral Square since 2007 and she enjoys building up excellent relationships with both new and existing customers. She enjoys helping customers through the mortgage application process, directly from the branch.

Branch news

Helping Our Local Community

As a mutual building society, we are committed to playing an active role in the communities we serve. More...

Society Joins The Dots For Good Cause

10 March 2014 The Cathedral Square branch of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society (N&P) will be awash with dots as part of a fundraising day for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). More...

Society Helps Buy New Sensory Unit At Care Home

29 April 2014 A building society has helped a family leave a lasting legacy to a much-loved husband, dad and granddad by raising money for a new sensory unit at the Peterborough care home where he spent his final days. More...