Full list of 90 banks closing within WEEKS including Lloyds and Barclays – is your local branch shutting?

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SOME 90 banks across the UK are closing their doors within the next few weeks.

The closures come as more people turn to online and mobile banking.

Data from the UK’s largest cash machine network, LINK, shows which banks have publicly announced in 2022 that they’ll be closing their branches. 

The Sun found that there are 90 planned closures happening between and now and the end of August alone.

Barclays is set to close 18 banks and Lloyds is set to put the shutters up at 14 of their branches. 

Other big banks planning to shut shop include HSBC, which is set to close 30 banks.

HSBC announced the closure of 69 bank branches earlier this year – it had already shut 82 branches last year. 

Typically if there are no banks in a town, you should be able to do some basic banking in your local post office. 

Many banks also offer a mobile banking service.

This is where your bank brings a bus to your local area that has the services that are usually available at your branch.

You should call up your bank to see if its runs a banking bus and they will be able to tell you where and when it will be parked.

Other banks use buildings such as a village hall or library to offer mobile banking services.

Jenny Ross, Which? money editor, told The Sun that just as cash becomes an increasingly important tool for people to keep track of their finances during the cost of living crisis, people are seeing their access to cash dwindle.

Some 4,685 bank branches have closed since 2015.

Jenny said this was equivalent to half the UK’s branch network – with yet more set to close over the coming months.

“This closure of bank branches really does have an impact on everyone from smaller businesses to older or more vulnerable people,” consumer expert Martyn James told The Sun. 

“Bank branches matter because they contain staff with links to the community who have wide ranging knowledge about a range of financial matters.” 

Here is a full list of the 90 banks that are going to close along with the date they are planning on putting up the shutters.

Check to see if your bank is one of them:

Full list of banks closing:

Barclays

  • Chester-le-Street – August 12 
  • Chesterfield – August 19 
  • Corby – August 10
  • Dunmow – August 19
  • Feltham – August 12
  • Havant – August 10
  • Longton – August 19
  • Maldon – August 5
  • Middleton – August 5
  • Peterborough – August 5
  • Petersfield – August 12
  • Prestwich – August 12
  • Ryde – August 4
  • Selby – August 3
  • Sheerness – August 19
  • Sidcup – August 10
  • Southgate Chase Side – August 18
  • Wells – August 12

Bank of Scotland

  • Alness – July 27
  • Brechin – August 2
  • Broxburn – August 9
  • Edinburgh – July 13
  • Edinburgh – July 13
  • Glasgow – August 9
  • Innerleithen – August 4
  • Kirkcudbright – August 3
  • Lockerbie – August 8
  • Selkirk – August 8
  • Shotts – August 15
  • Stromness – August 17

Halifax

  • Beaconsfield – July 28
  • Coalville – August 22
  • Devizes – July 27
  • Margate – July 18
  • Morriston – July 18
  • Penge – August 10
  • Totton – July 19
  • Wokingham – July 20
  • Worcester Park – July 20
  • Yeadon – July 25

HSBC

  • Beaconsfield – August 4
  • Borehamwood – August 16
  • Brierley Hill – July 28
  • Cambridge – July 21
  • East Grinstead – August 2
  • Eltham – August 18
  • Farnham – August 2
  • Golders Green – August 18
  • Hammersmith – July 28
  • Harborne – August 11
  • Hoddesdon – August 9
  • Islington – July 21
  • Leyland – August 16
  • London – July 19
  • London – July 19
  • London – July 21
  • Londonderry – August 11
  • Lymington – August 4
  • Monmouth – July 26
  • Omagh – August 16
  • Peckham – August 2
  • Perth – July 26
  • Sidcup – August 9
  • South Kensington – July 26
  • Stowmarket – August 18
  • Stratford – July 19
  • Street – August 4
  • Thame – August 9
  • Uckfield – August 11
  • Woking – July 28

Lloyds

  • Aylesbury – July 26
  • Bradford – August 11
  • Chipping Camden – August 10
  • Lyndhurst – July 14
  • Marlow – July 13
  • Morriston – August 4
  • Poulton-Le-Fylde – August 3
  • Shanklin – July 26
  • Shrewsbury – July 28
  • Smethwick – August 11
  • Southampton – July 21
  • Summertown, Oxford – July 21
  • Tiptree – July 25
  • Westhoughton – August 1

Nationwide

  • Bitterne – August 4
  • Borrowash – August 4
  • Cheshunt – July 14
  • Cricklewood – August 18
  • Golders Green – August 18
  • Hampstead – August 18

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