A country town in County Durham in north-east England, Newton Aycliffe was founded in 1947. Located around five miles north of Darlington and 12 miles south of Durham itself, Newton Aycliffe is close to the beautiful Durham Heritage Coast. A quiet place with a strong local community, Newton Aycliffe boasts all the usual high street shops, as well as a number of welcoming cafés and tearooms. Loans at Home is situated just moments from the centre of town.
A bit about us
At Loans at Home, we’re dedicated to providing cash loans tailored towards our customers’ needs and individual circumstances. We do all we can to make the process as convenient as possible for you, delivering the cash by hand directly to your doorstep. Plus, we deal with our customers face-to-face, advising them of the best ways to borrow, right in the comfort of their own homes. To get started, fill out our online application. Once that’s done and if you’re approved, we’ll be in touch to arrange a home visit and discuss the borrowing amount and repayment schedule that’s right for you.
There may be some variation of these opening times at individual branches.
Branch Opening Hours
Monday – Saturday:
9am – 5pm
Give us a call
0800 011 4490
Durham Way South,
“Is a good service and very helpful.”Ms M from Peterborough
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. Newton Aycliffe’s branch of Loans at Home has its own car park.
- Directions from Newton Aycliffe railway station. The distance between Newton Aycliffe railway station and Loans at Home is around 1.5 miles. From the station, head west and then turn right onto Greenfield Way. When you reach the roundabout, take the second exit onto Horndale Avenue. After half a mile, turn right onto Whinbank Road, then turn left onto Whitworth Avenue. Take a right onto Durham Way, then turn left. Loans at Home will be on your right.
- Directions from local bus stops. Various bus routes run from local towns and villages to Newton Aycliffe. From Aycliffe Village, take the Sapphire 7 towards Durham and from Shildon take the 5A towards Darlington.
- Other locations nearby. Other branches close to Newton Aycliffe include Ashington (an hour away) and Royal Quays (45 minutes away).