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Another 83 high street banks set to close their doors for good in November

The closure of the UK’s high street banks is set to gather momentum in November, with another 83 branches closing their doors for good, according to data provided by cash machine operator Link.

Is your local branch one of them? 

Here’s a list of the ones that are shutting up shop for good

Barclays

10 November 

London (505-507 Kingsbury Road)

15 November

Redcar (56 Station Road)

Pwllheli (64 High Street)

London (93 Euston Road)

16 November

Pontypridd (91 Taff Street)

17 November

Hoddesdon (51 High Street)

Cirencester (28 Market Place)

Middleton in Teesdale (7 Market Place)

Barrow in Furness (86-90 Dalton Road)

24 November 

Notting Hill (137 Ladbroke Grove)

Portsmouth (81A London Road)

Manchester (Longsight Shopping Centre) 

Beccles (23c New Market)

28 November

West Wickham (47 High Street)

30 November

Southwold (67 High Street)

Bank of Scotland

1 November

Dundee (291 Clepington Road)

22 November

Isle of Harris (Main Street, Tarbert)

Halifax

1 November

London (366-368 Chiswick High Road) 

2 November 

Teddington (18 Broad Street) 

6 November

Canvey Island (18 Furtherwick Road)

Malvern (101-103 Church Street)

Pudsey (1 Market Place)

8 November

Grantham (6 High Street)

13 November 

Leominster (19 West Street) 

14 November

Swinton (2-6 The Parade)

15 November 

Muswell Hill (360 Muswell Hill Broadway)

22 November 

Sidcup (66 High Street)

28 November

Bracknell (27 High Street)

Paignton (30 Torquay Road)

29 November

Maidenhead (16-20 High Street) 

30 November

Caerphilly (32 Cwrt-Y-Castell)

Lloyds

2 November

Leicester (263 Uppingham Road)

7 November

Knightsbridge (102A Brompton Road)

8 November

Bolton (396-398 Halliwell Road)

9 November

Brighton (57-58 Station Road)

Horfield (317 Gloucester Road)

13 November

Rubery (138 New Road)

Sidcup (60 Sidcup High Street)

16 November

London (39 Piccadilly)

20 November

Swinton (129-133 Chorley Road) 

21 November

Lincoln (29-30 The Forum)

23 November

Avonmouth (37 High Street)

27 November

St David’s (11 Cross Square)

Alresford (9 West Street)

Callington (13 Fore Street)

28 November 

Keighley (54 North Street)

NatWest

2 November

Leicester (7 Hinckley Road)

7 November

Camborne (4 Commercial Square) 

Plymouth (St Andrew’s Cross) 

8 November 

Colchester (100 The Crescent) 

Ipswich (2 The Sandlings)

9 November

Shotton (15 Chester Road West)

30 November

Stratford (Gredley House)

Royal Bank of Scotland 

1 November

Dingwall (High Street)

2 November

Dundee (288 Brook Street)

Virgin Money

1 November

Bristol (Transom House, Victoria Street)

2 November

Cardiff (18-19 Trinity Street)

6 November

Durham (76 Saddler Street)

Exeter (60 South Street)

7 November

Bournemouth (112 Old Christchurch Road)

Hexham (5 Cattle Market) 

8 November 

Gosforth (The Gosforth Centre)

Southampton (10 College Place) 

9 November

Brighton (170 North Street)

13 November

Belfast (5 Wellington Place)

Croydon (Norfolk House, Wellesley Road)

14 November

Guildford (12 North Street) 

15 November 

Newton Stewart (83 Victoria Street)

Reading (160 Friar Street)

16 November 

Oxford (129-129A High Street)

20 November

Chelmsford (83 High Street)

Irvine (151 High Street)

21 November 

Enfield (34 The Town) 

Lochgilphead (Poltalloch Street)

22 November

Fort William (58 High Street)

Golders Green (2 Golders Green Road)

23 November

Harrow (307 Station Road)

27 November

Ellon (28 Market Street)

Kensington (154-158 Kensington High Street)

28 November

Kingston upon Thames (16-17 Caste Street) 

Turriff (1 Main Street)

29 November

London (30-31 Haymarket)

30 November

Bromley (36 Market Square)

Where to do your banking if your local branch is closing down

Over 600 bank branches that were open at the start of 2023 are due to close by the end of December.

Another 42 are pencilled in for closure next year.

If yours is among them, find out where to withdraw cash, talk to someone from your bank, manage your payments and deposit cheques.

                                          

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Rebecca Routledge

A qualified journalist for over 15 years with a background in financial services. Rebecca is Money Wellness’s consumer champion, helping you improve your financial wellbeing by providing information on everything from income maximisation to budgeting and saving tips.

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