How to Join

How to Join

Thinking of Joining St Colman’s Credit Union?

“By holding as little as €10 in your account, you will be a member for life’’

You are eligible to become a member if you reside and/or work within our ‘Common Bond Area’ (see below).

When you are opening a new account…

Whether you are a new or existing member, to open a new account, you will be required to provide the following:


This identifies you, the person. Examples are a current valid passport or a current drivers licence.


This verification must be dated within the past three months. Examples are a household utility bill (ESB or Landline Telephone), Bank/Credit Card statement.


Documentary evidence of your Personal Public service Number (PPSN)

Please call to the Credit Union with all required documentation to apply for membership.

Accounts for Clubs & Societies

We’re happy to discuss accounts for any local Club or Society and will guide you through the process, simply contact us with any question.

Why do we need to verify your identity?

To see why we need to verify your identity, click here.

Our ‘Common Bond Area’ includes…

  • The Dispensary area of Claremorris
  • The Dispensary area of Hollymount
  • The Parish of Balla / Mayo Abbey
  • The Electoral division of Caraun
  • The Electoral division of Ballindine
  • The Electoral division of Crossboyne
  • The shared Parish of Knock
  • The Parish of Ballinrobe
  • Kilmaine
  • The Neale
  • Portroyal
  • Cappaghduff
  • Ballinchalla
  • Ballyovey
  • Owenbrin
  • Cong
  • Houndswood
  • Shrule
  • Kilcommon
  • Coonard
  • Foxhall
  • Cloghan’s Hill
  • Dalgan
  • Rosslae

If you’re unsure whether you’re eligible, we’re happy to help, just contact us for clarification.

…with you every step of the way

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