Did you know that you can now access your funds 24/7?
All you have to do is apply for a CU Cash account, and we will issue you with an ATM card and unique PIN.
The CU Cash ATM is conveniently located on the main street in Naas.
24 hour access to your cash
No more queueing to withdraw
NO Transaction charges!
About the CU Cash Card
Funds will be debited from a separate balance, known as the CU Cash account. You must ensure that there are sufficient funds in this account, before making ATM withdrawals.
There is a daily withdrawal limit of €350.
You can use the CU Cash Balance to withdraw funds at the counter, as well as from the ATM, provided there is sufficient balance and no arrears on loan balances.
How to apply for a CU Cash Card
Simply complete a CU Cash Card application form available from the Credit Union offices. Alternatively you can download an application form from the website and return to us at 20, North Main St., Naas.
We seem to be coming out of the cold weather at long last. It has been a spell of very extreme weather and it has really taken a toll on the road surfaces. We even have pot holes on Barrack Street! What a state on the Dublin Road.! Two nice size ones are beginning to develop right outside our front door. The daddy of all pot holes is the one just past the cemetery as you head up towards Ardenode Cross. If you drive fast into it will rattle your teeth let alone your suspension.
As always with Cheltenham over thoughts turn to Aintree and Punchestown. The Grand national renewal is stiil a bit hard to decipher but a few bob each way on Jimmy Mangan’s Whinstone Boy should give you a good run for your money. Punchestown seems a long way away yet but keep and eye out for Special Account.
Staying with the nags look out for a BBC Four Storyville programme which follows a year in the life of three horses in Paul Nolan’s stables. A camera crew follwed Joncol, Ardalan and Cuan na Grai for 12 months through thick and thin. If you are of a sensitive nature be ready for some robust language as PN watches his charges.
Michael Lyons was the previous CEO of AMNCH Hospital in Tallaght.