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Wednesday, 30th August 2017

Credit Union Home Show returns with TV’s Neville Knott

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If you’re thinking of giving the house a makeover or building an extension read on.

Trim, Drogheda and Bettystown Credit Unions will host their second Home Show on 20th September next at the Trim Castle Hotel from 5.30PM to 9PM, highlighting their new Home Improvement Loan.

International TV Broadcaster Neville Knott will return to host the show.  One of Ireland’s best known Interior Designers, Neville is a broadcaster of television programmes such as Beyond the Hall Door, Showhouse, Roomers and Neville’s Doorstep Challenge on RTE 1, TV3 and the Home Channel.

The event is open to both members and non-members alike and with FREE ENTRY anyone interested in securing a loan for home improvements is advised to come along and check out what’s on offer.  There will be up to 20 exhibitors on the night showcasing their products and services and offering tips and advice.

There will be a talk at 6.45pm from star guest Neville Knott and this will be followed by a panel discussion on everything you need to know about extending or modernising your home. 

With the new Credit Union Home Improvement Loan of up to €100,000 now at a great rate of 5.9% (6.06%apr) this is a great time to consider that extension or redesign of your home.

There will also be a bumper prize draw on the night (see below).

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