St Canice’s Credit Union closing for month-long renovation

The city’s St Canice’s Credit Union High Street office will be closed to the public for renovations from the close of business on April 20 until May 21.

The city’s St Canice’s Credit Union High Street office will be closed to the public for renovations from the close of business on April 20 until May 21.

During that time, members can still use the credit union’s branch in MacDonagh Junction shopping centre and in Dunnamaggin.

“It is envisaged that our newly renovated office will provide a more efficient member service as well as offering members additional privacy,” the credit union management said. “We apologise for the inconvenience during the weeks that our High Street office is closed. However, the Board of Directors, management and staff are committed to making every effort to minimise the disruption to members and to continue to provide a professional and comprehensive service.”

During the renovations, the credit union’s MacDonagh Junction office will be open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays from 9.45am to 5pm, on Wednesdays from 9.45am to 7pm, and on Thursdays and Fridays from 9.45am to 8pm. The Dunnamaggin office will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9.45am to 3pm, and on Fridays from 9.45am to 7pm.

With only six teller points in the MacDonagh Junction office, St Canice’s Credit Union is warning of possible queues, but is advising that members can avoid them by using ATM cards at the High Street office’s ATM and AIB and Bank of Ireland ATMs; express lodgments; laser and debit card payments; online payments; and paypath.