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Norwich & Peterborough wins positive press coverage

Norwich & Peterborough is celebrating its position as number one building society in terms of favourable press coverage in a quarterly survey taken by PressWatch.


The building society came fifteenth out of the 1,197 UK companies surveyed and says its success is due to its excellent product-dominated score.


The company won media plaudits for its green mortgages, Tessas, football club savings accounts rates and low cost loans.


PR manager Alison Lipscombe says: &#34We try really hard to provide a good service and are thrilled to have achieved this result in a national survey. To us it&#39s the equivalent of winning an Oscar.&#34

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