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You might be interested in the Financial Section on this site. Banks, like Building Societies, often have a restricted range of services - and are notoriously conservative when investing your money. This usually results in very low rates of return. Our financial section covers other Financial Institutions, Mortgages, Investment Consultants, Credit & Finance Companies - and Crowd Funding!

Also see below for all the Building Societies around Your Postcode with their contact details. Just click through to go to a map, street views, reviews and a link to their own websites.

Banks

Premier Garage (Leek) Ltd

Broad St, Leek, Staffordshire ST13 5NS, UK – 01538 399499

I was on holiday when my car developed a fuel/sensor fault. Neil at Premier Garage was extremely helpful and squeezed us in to their busy schedule the next day, and sorted the problem such that we could complete our holiday.

Excellent service, the lady on reception was wonderful. They did a test and told me exactly what was wrong.

Leek United Building Society

51 Derby St, Leek ST13 6HU, UK – 01538 386688

Always plenty of staff on the counters

NatWest

24 Derby St, Leek ST13 5AF, UK – 0345 788 8444

Building Societies

Leek United Building Society

51 Derby St, Leek ST13 6HU, UK – 01538 386688

Always plenty of staff on the counters

Leek United Building Society

50 St Edward St, Leek ST13 5DL, UK – 01538 384151

Local Chambers of Commerce for ST13 6DP. These can be an extraordinarily effective way of getting into the business community and / or getting things done. Equally they can be entirely useless depending on the chair. If they have networking events associated with them definitely go, and keep going, if you have a business that need local support. What you put in is exactly what you get out. Below is the national site. Watch this slot - it might improve!
Birchall Playing fields

Leek ST13 5RE, UK – 01538 373603

Lovely place to play football if only dog owners would pick up after their Dogs!!!

Nice place to go running as has an all-weather running track

Leek Recycling Centre

Fowlchurch Rd, Leek ST13 6BH, Leek ST13 6AX, UK – 0300 111 8000

Very Friendly People!

Citizens Advice Bureau

Leek Library, Nicholson Institute, Stockwell St, Leek ST13 6HQ, UK – 01538 373243

Really helpful x

This link works well. If you have fly tipping, litter issues etc you can either click and enter your local authority or find it on an interactive map. The services just drop down for you.
Click link to see YOUR Council Contact details. Just enter your postcode
See how your local council works and how to get in touch.
Find the local council, MP and MEP for ST13. Type your postcode into relevant box and find details for your local councillor, MP and MEP. MPs can be extremely useful if you want a local issue aired or fixed. Get an appointment for a surgery meeting if you want to talk directly to your MP.

Councils have also become increasingly useful, business focused and lean. If you want something done think about contacting your local council or contacting your local representative. Click below to get the contact details of your representatives for the Leek area
Find local dentists and dental practices around Leek and ST13 6DP with location maps and contact details. The link below takes you to a vastly improved NHS site which tells you what you need to know! This includes whether they take NHS patients and lots of other useful information. You can also find out whether they do orthodontic dentistry and other complex work.

Well worth a click.

Dental Surgeries

Park Dentist Practice

16 Ball Haye Rd, Leek ST13 6AF, UK – 01538 387862

Great dentist with excellent inter-personal skills, highly recommended

They were very helpful with me

Waterer Dental Care

31 Stockwell St, Leek ST13 6DH, UK – 01538 399897

I visited the practise for the first time last week. I had thought that my teeth looked good, but I found out that there is always room for improvement to create a fantastic smile. Jonathan carried out some cosmetic work and I was so pleased with the result. He made me feel comfortable and confident in the procedure. From entering the practise everyone was so welcoming and professional. The facilities were much better than my previous dentist. Thank you to everyone at the practise.

Russell Street Dental Practice

7 Russell St, Leek ST13 5JF, UK – 01538 388822

Excellent dentist, excellent service, highly recommended. Mr C Broom is very professional and provides outstanding quality of care. Thank from all of us.

Great service from Mr. Broom and all the staff,

Dentists

Park Dentist Practice

16 Ball Haye Rd, Leek ST13 6AF, UK – 01538 387862

Great dentist with excellent inter-personal skills, highly recommended

They were very helpful with me

Waterer Dental Care

31 Stockwell St, Leek ST13 6DH, UK – 01538 399897

I visited the practise for the first time last week. I had thought that my teeth looked good, but I found out that there is always room for improvement to create a fantastic smile. Jonathan carried out some cosmetic work and I was so pleased with the result. He made me feel comfortable and confident in the procedure. From entering the practise everyone was so welcoming and professional. The facilities were much better than my previous dentist. Thank you to everyone at the practise.

Russell Street Dental Practice

7 Russell St, Leek ST13 5JF, UK – 01538 388822

Excellent dentist, excellent service, highly recommended. Mr C Broom is very professional and provides outstanding quality of care. Thank from all of us.

Great service from Mr. Broom and all the staff,

Dr Sissons & Partners

Leek Health Centre, Fountain Street, Leek ST13 6JB, UK – 01538 381072

Very caring and knowledgeable doctors.

Moorland Medical Centre

4 Regent St, Leek ST13 6LU, UK – 01538 399008

I have a past but that should not affect mine or my daughters care. Seems the nurses n Drs have already made their minds up before we even walk through the door and that they aren't going to take us serious.

Always there to help, very professional

Park Medical Centre

Ball Haye Rd, Leek ST13 6QR, UK – 01538 399152

Excellent quality of care, Very Friendly Understanding Staff who always go that extra mile.

Click for local doctors - see contact details and location maps.
NHS Direct is now NHS 24. Just dial 111 to speak to a professional or click the link below for there self help website. Lots of really useful info but keep clear of heart surgery! If in doubt ask your GP or call 111. Good luck.

British Gas - Breakdown & Repairs 0845 9 60 50 40

Fire - Ambulance - Police 999

Leek Moorlands Hospital

Ashbourne Rd, Staffordshire, Leek ST13 5BQ, UK – 0300 123 1894

The drop in centre is staffed by nurses, but if you need some attention and it's not an emergency, this is the place to go

Moorland Medical Centre

4 Regent St, Leek ST13 6LU, UK – 01538 399008

I have a past but that should not affect mine or my daughters care. Seems the nurses n Drs have already made their minds up before we even walk through the door and that they aren't going to take us serious.

Always there to help, very professional

Waterer Dental Care

31 Stockwell St, Leek ST13 6DH, UK – 01538 399897

I visited the practise for the first time last week. I had thought that my teeth looked good, but I found out that there is always room for improvement to create a fantastic smile. Jonathan carried out some cosmetic work and I was so pleased with the result. He made me feel comfortable and confident in the procedure. From entering the practise everyone was so welcoming and professional. The facilities were much better than my previous dentist. Thank you to everyone at the practise.

Local hospitals - community hospitals and hospitals with A&E departments for ST13 6DP.

The new NHS website below is very well worth a look. Hospitals are not only listed but evaluated. I certainly know which ones I would go to! At the very least you will know what questions to ask if you are sent to one which has not entered its data. Good luck!
Find the local Health Trust for ST13 6DP
This Parliamentary website will find MPs - just type in your postcode. It also gives details of how to contact your MP

Find Local Churches & Places of Worship

St Edward The Confessor

6 Church St, Leek ST13 5, UK – 01538 388134

A beautiful church in the middle of Leek, well worth a visit.

I guess you could say my experience here was.......... religious

All Saints Church, Compton

110 Southbank St, Leek ST13 5LN, UK – 01538 528545

Amazing Arts & Crafts Church (Norman Shaw:1887) High Anglican Tradition with a warm welcome Visits arranged via the Church Office

Leek has a Great Market on Wednesday

St Lukes C Of E Church

Fountain St, Leek ST13 6JS, UK – 01538 373306

praise the lord

Your local Christian churches. Click on your town/village to find churches in your area. Good and media savvy churches will give you a real feel for what sort of service to expect.
This is a brilliant site. Click to see virtually everything you are likely to need to know about the Police and crime statistics around Leek. You can often even see a photo of your local policeman!

Crimestoppers - Call 0800 555111 or 101 for non emergency

Find Recycling Centres

Leek Recycling Centre

Fowlchurch Rd, Leek ST13 6BH, Leek ST13 6AX, UK – 0300 111 8000

Very Friendly People!

Donna Louise Children’s Hospice Shop

23-25 Derby St, Leek ST13 6HN, UK – 01538 384861

Great shop and wonderful charity

Falco UK Ltd

Unit 8 Leekbrook Way, Leek, Leekbrook ST13 7AP, UK – 01538 380080

Excellent bike parking shelters and bike racks, plus an excellent range of quality cycle parking products with very robust walkways and canopies to go with them. The two tier cycle parking racks are very versatile and modular enabling additional racks to be added at any stage as well as double sided space saving bike racks. The new electric bike parking rack with built in charging points is an excellent idea, enabling cyclists to secure their bike whilst charging up the battery of the bike so that they can return to a fully charged bike! The street furniture is also design led with some very well designed recyclable seats and benches. All the products are hot dip galvanised which means they will last for a very long time, especially in public environments and can then be powder coated in any of the 192 RAL colours, which is great as it means you can paint them the same colour as your scheme or corporate colour or match with your bike parking. As well as bike parking, seats and benches the Falco street furniture range also includes a great range of planters, tree grilles and bollards. Again they are all robust public realm products, ideal for external works. They always use managed forest’s FSC hardwood on their street furniture which is great for the environmental aspect of a scheme and helps with BREEAM and meeting sustainable building targets. They have a great range of litter bins as well, again all of which are robust steel Many of the bike and cycle parking products are linked to the Riba nbs National Building Specification scheme to make specifying the cycle parking products much easier. There are specification sheets CAD drawings and detailed information on all bike parking ranges.

Give and get free stuff. Here you will find lots of items that people are willing to give away, for FREE! This is instead of taking them to a local landfill site. The aim of this site is to reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfill (20.9 million tonnes of it last year in the UK) and recycling is great news for the environment.
We all know that we need to recycle more - and this is a great way of doing it.
You may prefer to go through to our Eating Out page which has a complete range of places you can go from the most economical to the most lavish.  Please CLICK HERE!

You will also find Take Aways and Pubs in this section. Enjoy!

Local Restaurants & Places to Eat around Leek

Rajah Tandoori Restaurant

High St, Leek ST13 5DZ, UK – 01538 387035

Amazing hospitality gorgeous food will go again xx

One of the best curry houses about and I've been some currys places all over the UK this one is one of the best you will get .

Laurel Inn Chinese Restaurant & Takeaway

3-4 The Smithfield Centre, Leek ST13 5JW, UK – 01538 388185

Went as part of a party. Very much an English version of Chinese cuisine. I found it disappointing

No complaints about the food I actually had; however, the 'BUFFET' service was not as advertised. I have been twice and encountered similar problems both times (please see my private message for more feedback on this)

Naz Restaurant & Takeaway

16 Stockwell St, Leek ST13 6DS, UK – 01538 388711

Nice restaurant with friendly service. The food was good and I didn't have to wait long for it to arrive. No problems at all and reasonably priced.

Nasir and the team are brilliant at delivering high standards at all times, the food is amazing and the cleanliness of the restaurant inside and out is perfect, I would definitely recommend this place to anyone.

Nursery and Preschools

The Learning Mill

Jolliffe St, Leek ST13 5JE, UK – 01538 388228

Leek westwood pre school

Westwood Rd, Leek ST13 8DL, UK – 01538 483004

Teddy's Garden Day Nursery

Garden Villa, Off East Drive,, Cheddleton, Leek, Cheddleton, Leek ST13 7DN, UK – 01538 361600

Primary and Secondary Schools

St Edward's Church of England Academy

Westwood Rd, Leek ST13 8DN, UK – 01538 483218

As a student at the school, I have first hand experience with teachers, teaching strategies, various styles of teaching and changes too.To begin, I believe that ,due to recent events, that St. Edward's is under a tremendous amount of pressure as they are considered a 'coasting school', but mostly due to the trauma over the new head after the sorrowful departure of Mrs. Clarke; this has further lead to the induction of our new official head, Mr. Hutchinson. Now, I am in a convinced state that this is where St. Edward's began (despite Mr. Hutchinson only being the head for a few months) a downward spiral that needs to be put to an end and sent back up. This outrageous proposal ,that is official, of replacing forms with houses is ridiculous. The school is well organised, and needs no change to that. In fact, the idea is even rejected by various teachers as well. Keeping names and dates anonymous, I overheard two teachers discussing the matter and saying that it was 'confusing' and that the system was 'fine as it is'. As the key role in the school, I suggest that a head listen to the opinions of their teachers to carry on improving and maintaining the school's reputation. Furthermore, the two teachers also discussed the new six-lesson-days instead of five-lesson-days too. I can not ,unfortunately, talk about what they said as the identities of the two teachers would become apparent; however, I recently came across another teacher giving their opinion on the new six-lesson-days. They made it obvious that they were firmly against the idea because it would 'limit' their teaching and give students less time to learn everything so they would, as a result, be 'rushing' the topics. I completely agree with this view because some lessons are already rushed to complete topics in a good amount of detail, limiting our education which is the most valuable variable of any school. It would also apply a lot more pressure on us students due to the higher demands for the same amount of work, with a higher quality, in less time. I know, from previous experiences, that too much pressure can reduce the quality of work. I feel that quality is something St. Edwards would want to maintain considering it is a 'coasting school' due to the SAT's results. Continuing, I also feel that teachers are ,like the students will be, being pressured too. I understand that a lot is expected from them because they teach us, so our future is directed by them. However, by pressuring them to fit all our topics in even more detail into smaller amounts of times, is a challenge of utmost difficulty. Their teaching level will also be hard to maintain because of the large amounts of pressure; this will affect all teachers in different ways as everyone has a unique method of teaching such as long, detailed explanations to guarantee all pupils understand fully. In my opinion, this is the best way to teach but, with the new lesson design in place, this will be much harder to continue, causing further stress for teachers. Again, teachers are the base for our future ,so, should be given the freedom to build that base in a way they feel best. In conclusion, I hope that my criticism is taken into account and is appreciated despite its direct tone. I apologise for any offense taken too. -Gracie Cotterill

It's alright, I guess.

Leek High Specialist Technology School

Springfield Rd, Leek ST13 6EU, UK – 01538 225050

Good school

Springfield Special School

Springfield Special School/Springfield Rd, Leek ST13 6LQ, UK – 01538 383558

Fantastic school and Di the acting head and all the staff are wonderful.

Public & Preparatory Schools

St Edward's Church of England Academy

Westwood Rd, Leek ST13 8DN, UK – 01538 483218

As a student at the school, I have first hand experience with teachers, teaching strategies, various styles of teaching and changes too.To begin, I believe that ,due to recent events, that St. Edward's is under a tremendous amount of pressure as they are considered a 'coasting school', but mostly due to the trauma over the new head after the sorrowful departure of Mrs. Clarke; this has further lead to the induction of our new official head, Mr. Hutchinson. Now, I am in a convinced state that this is where St. Edward's began (despite Mr. Hutchinson only being the head for a few months) a downward spiral that needs to be put to an end and sent back up. This outrageous proposal ,that is official, of replacing forms with houses is ridiculous. The school is well organised, and needs no change to that. In fact, the idea is even rejected by various teachers as well. Keeping names and dates anonymous, I overheard two teachers discussing the matter and saying that it was 'confusing' and that the system was 'fine as it is'. As the key role in the school, I suggest that a head listen to the opinions of their teachers to carry on improving and maintaining the school's reputation. Furthermore, the two teachers also discussed the new six-lesson-days instead of five-lesson-days too. I can not ,unfortunately, talk about what they said as the identities of the two teachers would become apparent; however, I recently came across another teacher giving their opinion on the new six-lesson-days. They made it obvious that they were firmly against the idea because it would 'limit' their teaching and give students less time to learn everything so they would, as a result, be 'rushing' the topics. I completely agree with this view because some lessons are already rushed to complete topics in a good amount of detail, limiting our education which is the most valuable variable of any school. It would also apply a lot more pressure on us students due to the higher demands for the same amount of work, with a higher quality, in less time. I know, from previous experiences, that too much pressure can reduce the quality of work. I feel that quality is something St. Edwards would want to maintain considering it is a 'coasting school' due to the SAT's results. Continuing, I also feel that teachers are ,like the students will be, being pressured too. I understand that a lot is expected from them because they teach us, so our future is directed by them. However, by pressuring them to fit all our topics in even more detail into smaller amounts of times, is a challenge of utmost difficulty. Their teaching level will also be hard to maintain because of the large amounts of pressure; this will affect all teachers in different ways as everyone has a unique method of teaching such as long, detailed explanations to guarantee all pupils understand fully. In my opinion, this is the best way to teach but, with the new lesson design in place, this will be much harder to continue, causing further stress for teachers. Again, teachers are the base for our future ,so, should be given the freedom to build that base in a way they feel best. In conclusion, I hope that my criticism is taken into account and is appreciated despite its direct tone. I apologise for any offense taken too. -Gracie Cotterill

It's alright, I guess.

See all sorts of shops near you.
Local social service agencies for ST13 6DP with contact details and location maps

Gas Transco

0800 111999

British Gas Breakdown & Repairs

0845 9 60 50 40
Local electricity supply companies for ST13 6DP with contact details and location maps
Local gas supply companies for ST13 6DP, including bottled gas, with contact details and location maps
Local water supply and treatment companies for ST13 6DP with contact details and location maps

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