Contacting us by email at is the easiest and quickest way for us to deal with your request, whether that's to open a new account, apply for a loan or withdraw shares (online option available also from your account).  If however, you are unable to access email, we are happy to accept completed forms via post or by calling into our offices during open hours.

EDITABLE ONLINE FORMS BELOWFor assistance with completing on your device, please access the relevant APP below:

For Apple Devices - click HERE

For Android Devices - click HERE



Not sure how to become a member of the Harp and Crown Credit Union?  Click HERE for details! Our joining form can be found below:


Eligible members can set up a savings account for their children / grandchildren aged 0-15 years.  Find out more HERE.  Set up a new Junior Account today by completing our joining form.  Or email us should you wish to withdraw funds in the future (option to complete the form below).


For more details on our loan products and the process for loan applications, click HERE.  Our loan application forms can be found here:


Should you wish to transfer your shares (savings) to pay off an outstanding loan, please email us or complete the below form:


If you wish to withdraw shares, please email us or complete the below form:


We understand personal circumstances may change for our members.  We would appreciate it if you could notify us of any changes to your details as soon as possible, by completing the relevant forms below:

Once you have downloaded and printed off any of the above forms, please complete in full, sign, scan, and send it to us via email to or post it in to the office. You can also telephone, or call in to the office and complete paperwork in person during our opening hours Monday-Friday between 9.00am to 5.00pm.

Harp and Crown Credit Union Ltd are authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Firm Reference Number (FRN) 577113. For details visit
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