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A list of all Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland branches to close

Lloyds Banking Group has mentioned it plans to shut 60 branches throughout the nation, including to current closures as clients select to type their funds on-line.

The lending large mentioned it could close 24 Lloyds branches, in addition to 19 Bank of Scotland and 17 Halifax websites.

The branches are thought to make use of 124 folks, however Lloyds mentioned it could strive to discover affected employees new roles throughout the company.

The financial institution mentioned it had seen a 27 per cent rise in use of its cell banking app over the past two years, and a 12 per cent rise in common customers of its on-line banking system.

Now 18.6 million folks usually financial institution on-line and 15 million use the cell app.

“Just like many other high street businesses, fewer customers are choosing to visit our branches,” the business’s group retail director Vim Maru mentioned.

“Our branch network is an important way for us to support our customers, but we need to adapt to the significant growth in customers choosing to do most of their everyday banking online.”

Here is a list of all websites due for closure, and the date they may shut.

Bank of Scotland

Aberdeen 201 Union Street – September 14

Alness – July 27

Brechin – August 2

Broxburn – August 9

Carluke – June 27

Clarkston – July 4

Dunblane – July 7

Dyce – July 5

Edinburgh Barnton – July 13

Edinburgh Shandwick – July 13

Forres – July 11

Glasgow Riddrie – August 9

Innerleithen – August 4

Kirkcudbright – August 3

Lockerbie – August 8

Selkirk – August 8

Shotts – August 15

Stromness – August 17

Troon – September 21

Halifax

Abingdon – June 29

Beaconsfield – July 28

Beccles – July 5

Belfast Shaftesbury – June 28

Bideford – July 6

Devizes – July 27

Doncaster Market Place – September 19

Dunstable – July 11

Finchley Central – July 12

Halifax Commercial Street – September 19

Margate – July 18

Morriston – July 18

Penge – August 10

Totton – July 19

Wokingham – July 20

Worcester Park – July 20

Yeadon – July 25

Lloyds Bank

Aylesbury Gatehouse – July 26

Beaconsfield – June 29

Birmingham Temple Row – September 15

Bolton Westhoughton – August 1

Bradford Thornbury – August 11

Buckingham – September 20

Chandlers Ford – June 30

Chipping Campden – August 10

Colchester St Johns – June 30

Cottingham – September 20

Edgbaston – September 21

Knutsford – July 6

Liverpool Woolton – July 7

Lyndhurst – July 14

Marlow – July 13

Morriston Swansea – August 4

Oxford Summertown – July 21

Poulton-le-Fylde – August 3

Rushden – June 28

Shanklin – July 26

Shrewsbury Mount Pleasant – July 28

Smethwick – August 11

Swanwick – July 21

Tiptree – July 25

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