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Celebration Events

Social Media Posts & Pics

Visit us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn! We're sharing fun bits of our history and the people who made it!

All Year Long

Visit our branches to see a variety of historical items on display, including the ledger where the first deposit was recorded!

Thank You!

On behalf of all of us at Winchester Savings Bank - past, present, and future - thank you for your trust, loyalty, and support of our organization and our community.

Click here to view a short Thank You video from Deborah Carson, Chair of the Board of Trustees.



In the Community

Visits to Local Businesses

We will be outside some of the great shops and restaurants in Arlington, Winchester, and Woburn with gift cards! Pose for a picture, and we'll post it to our social media pages!

Giving Back

We have committed to performing at least 150 hours of service in our community. Click here to see how we're doing. Click here to see what we have done and what we're doing next!

Donations & Sponsorships

We have committed to $115,000 in donations and sponsorships for organizations in our communities. Click here to see how we're doing.


A Little History

Milestones at Winchester Savings Bank

The Winchester Savings Bank was established by the Massachusetts Legislature and incorporated on March 3, 1871. The first meeting of the Corporators was held in Lyceum Hall (the building at the corner of Main and Mt. Vernon Streets in Winchester) on July 11, 1871. The Bank first opened its doors for business on August 26, 1871, in a banking room on the north side of Main Street.

In 1880, the Bank moved to the second floor of the Brown and Stanton Block on Main Street, and remained there until 1892 when it moved into its newly constructed building at 26 Mt. Vernon Street. This building still stands today and is regarded as a historical building by the Winchester Historical Society. The Bank's main office was moved on December 10, 1979 to its present location at 661 Main Street. Since its founding in 1871, the Bank has grown into a full-service financial institution.





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