Full list of 14 bank branches set to close in weeks including Halifax & NatWest

FOURTEEN bank branches are set to close their gates in the coming weeks including giants like Halifax and NatWest.
It comes after at least 19 bank branches pulled their shutters down in December last year.


At least 14 bank branches are closing in the coming few weeksCredit: Alamy

And now, more are about to shut down gates for good in the coming days.
These include big-name lenders which are staples on the UK high street.
Customers are increasingly turning to online banking to manage their finances while banks and building societies look for ways to cut costs.
Within the next few weeks, Barclays is set to close seven branches, while Bank of Scotland is closing one.

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Both NatWest and Halifax are set to close three branches each.
Here are the branch locations of each of these banks along with their closing dates:

1 High Street, Westbury-on-Trym, England – 16/02/2024
34 Market Place, Dereham, England – 15/02/2024
32 Hill Street, Newry, Northern Ireland – 16/02/2024
22/24 Hide Hill , Berwick-Upon-Tweed, England – 14/02/2024
2 Holly Parade, 20 High Street, Cobham, England – 14/02/2024
131 Eltham High Street, Eltham, England – 16/02/2024
2 The Square Abingdon, England – 15/02/2024


314 Chiswick High Road, London, England – 20/02/2024
151 New Line, Bradford, England – 21/02/2024
2 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, England – 22/02/2024

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7 Station Plaza, Ilkley, England – 15/01/2024
43/45 Sheep Street, Bicester, England – 07/02/2024
35-41 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, Scotland – 05/02/2024

Bank of Scotland

42 Stuart Street, Millport, Scotland – 20/02/2024

What to do if your local bank branch closes
The vast majority of banking customers are moving online and don’t need a physical branch as much as before.
But any closures can be an issue for others, particularly elderly people in rural areas who don’t have access to the internet.
However, if your local branch is set to close, or has recently, you have some options.

You can carry out most basic banking tasks at your nearest Post Office.
You won’t be able to apply for a loan or open a new bank account at once though.
You can find your nearest Post Office branch by using the locator tool on its website.
Meanwhile, many banks offer a mobile banking service – where they bring a bus to your ar …