Easy Access Accounts

Access money easily and without notice

Young Saver Easy Access

Key Features

Special high interest account for young savers

Available to account holders up to the age of 18

Pay money in by cash or cheque in branch, or by standing order/direct transfer from your bank account

Open with just £10

Right for you if:

You are under the age of 18 and wish to have immediate access to your funds.

Easy Access

Key Features

If you require a safe but accessible place to keep your savings and have a minumum deposit of £500 to open an account, then the Easy Access account could be the account you are looking for.

  • Withdrawals may be made at any time
  • Minimum deposit of £500 is required to open the account
  • Save up to £250,000 plus any interest that is added to the account
  • You can pay money in by cash or cheque in branch or by standing order or online banking.

Right for you if:

You want immediate access to your money and have a minumum deposit of £500 to open the account.

Our accounts are available to UK residents only who live within a 25-mile radius from the postcode noted on the account to our Stockport head office postcode SK1 1HF.

Need advice on savings accounts?

We offer a comprehensive range of savings and investment accounts to suit everyone. For helpful advice on the best option for your circumstances, start a conversation with us today...

Speak to us

Vernon Building Society
19 St Petersgate

Tel: 0161 429 6262
Email: info@thevernon.co.uk

Telephone calls are recorded and may be monitored for regulatory and training purposes to help maintain service quality.

*The 'AER' stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year.


Vernon Building Society is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority (registration number 195475).  You can check this on the Financial Services Register. We are also a participant of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). Details of the scheme can be obtained from www.fscs.org.uk

Telephone calls are recorded and may be monitored for regulatory and training purposes to help maintain service quality.

For independent information about financial products and services visit  www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk