Major bank to close 14 more branches this year – full list of locations

A major bank has announced the closure of more than a dozen branches this year in the latest round of closures.

Barclays is set to close its doors at another 14 locations across the country.

Barclays to set up 14 more branches this year

The bank is set to close 11 branches across England, two in Wales and one in Scotland.

Sites in London, Colchester, Ebb Well and Beckenham are among those to close their doors.

Barclays has already announced 30 closures earlier this year.

This follows several banks already announcing closures in 2023, including NatWest, which is closing 23 branches, and Lloyds Banking Group closing 40 Halifax and Lloyds sites.

The closure comes at a time when major high street banks opt to move more of their banking services online.

Data from LINK, the UK’s biggest cash machine network, reveals when banks are going to close over the next five months.

This month alone, 24 branches are set to close, and April will see 52 more branch closures for the last time.

Barclays has previously said that more customers are now preferring to do their banking online and on apps rather than in person.

Here is the new list of Barclays branches that will be closing:

  • London – 137 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge – 7 July
  • London – 35 Notting Hill Gate – 16 June
  • Merthyr Tydfil – 47 High Street – 14 June
  • Ebbw Vale – 10 Bethcar Street – 9 June
  • Kirkintilloch – 21 Cowgate – 9 June
  • Ringwood – 6/8 High Street – 8 June
  • Lymington – 21 High Street – 15 June
  • Manningtree’s – 4 High Street – 7 June
  • Colchester – 10 Yorick Road, West Mercia – 13 June
  • Beckenham – 3 Beckenham Road – 14 June
  • Knowle – 1 Station Road – 16 June
  • West Bridgford – 1 Tudor Square – 15 June
  • Mildenhall – 29 High Street 14 June
  • Newmarket – 58 High Street – 9 June

Barclays has been contacted for comment.

Usually if a city doesn’t have a bank, you should be able to do some basic banking at your local post office.

Many banks also provide mobile banking service.

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

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

Other banks use buildings such as village halls or libraries to offer mobile banking services.

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