Hanley is one of six towns that were joined together as a whole to form the city in the early 1900s. Locals know Hanley today as Stoke-on-Trent’s primary shopping area. Our Loans at Home Hanley branch is set amongst all the action of this popular hub.
A bit about us
Loans at Home has been providing cash loans for more than 60 years. Our convenient service has been designed with you in mind, so once you’ve filled out an online application and you’re approved for a loan, we deliver the cash by hand right to your doorstep. Repayments are arranged over 24, 33 or 45-week instalments. All of our friendly agents are trained to take the time to get to know you and your needs. Lending anything from £200 to £750, we can ensure you have the cash you need, when you need it subject to affordability.
There may be some variation of these opening times at individual branches.
Branch Opening Hours
Monday – Friday:
9am – 5pm
Give us a call
0800 011 4490
3&4 First Floor,
290 Leek Road,
Stoke on Trent
How to find us
Your Loans at Home agent will come to your home weekly as part of our convenient service. On the rare occasion you may need to visit us in-branch, our location makes it easy to find us:
- Local parking. There is a car park on Lower Huntbach Street a few minutes’ walk from where Loans at Home is located.
- Directions from Stoke-on-Trent railway station. The distance between Stoke-on-Trent railway station and Huntbach road is around two miles. On leaving the station, head south east on Station Road towards Winton Square. Turn left onto Leek Road/A52 and, at Joiners Square, take the first exit onto Lichfield Street/A50. When you reach a roundabout, take the third exit onto A50. At the next roundabout, take the first exit onto Potteries Way/A50. Turn left onto the B5047 slip road to Smalithorne, then take Town Road (which veers left) to Huntbach Street.
- Directions from Stoke-on-Trent bus stops. There are a number of bus routes running to Huntbach Street from other parts of the city.
- Other locations nearby. Close by branches include Birmingham (50 minutes), West Bromwich (50 minutes) and Nottingham (an hour).