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UK News Is my TSB branch among 164 sites to be closed down?

22:15  30 september  2020
22:15  30 september  2020 Source:   news.sky.com

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TSB revealed on Wednesday it was to close 164 branches, with the loss of more than 900 jobs, as it accelerates the shift towards digital banking.

a person standing in front of a sign: TSB says it is making provisions to help vulnerable customers in rural locations © PA TSB says it is making provisions to help vulnerable customers in rural locations

The announcement builds on a wider exodus from the high street by major UK banks since the financial crisis that has resulted in tens of thousands of job losses and customer complaints about lack of access to staff and services.

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TSB pointed to a spurt in numbers using its digital banking services during the COVID-19 crisis as it continues to rebuild trust following the IT fiasco in 2018 that saw almost two million customers locked out of their accounts for weeks.

graphical user interface, text, application, chat or text message: A customer using the TSB Online banking app © PA A customer using the TSB Online banking app

The TSB branches below have been earmarked for permanent closure on the following dates:

Aberdeen, Bucksburn - May 20

Aberdeen, Culter - February 10

Aberdeen, Dyce - May 26

Aberdeen, Kincorth - June 16

Aberdeen, Mannofield - June 23

Aberdeen, St Machar - May 11

Aberdeen, Torry - February 4

Aboyne - January 20

Albrighton - January 12

Aldridge - February 25

Alexandria - May 11

Alford - February 9

Andover - June 24

Anstruther - March 10

Ascot - June 10

Banchory - February 16

Barnet - January 28

Barton-le-Clay - April 13

Bathgate - June 23

Bearsden - June 16

Benfleet - March 4

Berwick-upon-Tweed - March 3

Birmingham, Kingstanding - March 24

Birmingham, Sparkhill - April 28

Bishops Cleeve - February 24

Blackburn, Bastwell - January 26

Blairgowrie - May 5

Bolton, Daubhill - replaced by new city centre branch

Bolton, Horwich - replaced by new city centre branch

Bo'ness - June 30

Bournemouth, Christchurch Road - February 17

Brighton, West Street - June 30

Broxburn - March 2

Buckhaven - March 30

Burford - May 10

Burnt Oak - May 27

Burntisland - February 16

Campbeltown - February 18

Canterbury - February 3

Canvey Island - April 22

Cardiff, Clifton Street - March 17

Carnoustie - April 15

Castle Douglas - January 19

Cheddar - March 31

Chesterfield - April 7

Chippenham - March 24

Chipping Norton - June 29

Church Stretton - May 12

10pm pub curfew comes into force in England - this is how the first night went

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Cinderford - January 27

Coatbridge - June 10

Cockfosters - April 22

Coupar Angus - February 3

Cowdenbeath - April 20

Crieff - June 30

Cumnock - June 1

Cupar - June 1

Dalkeith - February 11

Devizes - April 1

Dingwall - June 2

Dorchester - April 28

Dundee, Craigiebank - January 13

Dundee, Lochee - March 11

Dunmow - May 13

Dunoon - January 28

Durham - May 12

Dursley - March 4

Edinburgh, Corstorphine - June 8

Edinburgh, Gorgie - March 18

Edinburgh, Pilton - January 26

Ellesmere - February 10

Girvan - February 2

Glasgow, Anniesland - April 20

Glasgow, Dennistoun - February 10

Glasgow, Drumchapel - June 17

Glasgow, Easterhouse - May 5

Glasgow, Partick - February 17

Glasgow, Springburn - June 22

Glynneath - February 11

Grangemouth - January 14

Grantown-on-Spey - January 20

Great Missenden - March 17

Haslingden - January 20

Hawick - June 2

Hayling Island - June 9

Hebburn - February 18

Helensburgh - January 13

Hitchin - June 3

Holt - June 17

Horden - February 23

Hucclecote - June 23

Hull, Hessle - April 14

Hungerford - May 19

Huntly - February 24

Ilkley - May 27

Insch - January 21

Ipswich, Hadleigh - May 6

Johnstone - April 6

Kelso - January 21

Kilbirnie - February 24

Kilsyth - May 18

Kirkcaldy, Templehall - April 27

Largs - April 26

Larkhall - April 7

Leek - January 13

Leigh-on-Sea - June 9

Liverpool, Heathfield - June 8

Liverpool, Waterloo - March 3

Lochgilphead - February 17

London, Acton - April 29

London, Eltham - May 13

London, London Wall - January 12

London, Putney - April 14

Long Sutton - March 11

Lymington - February 4

Malton - June 24

Malvern - June 15

Manchester, Cheetham - April 21

Manchester, Irlam - May 25

Manchester, Radcliffe - February 3

Montrose - March 10

Murton - March 10

Nairn - March 17

Netherfield - April 29

North Berwick - January 19

Northampton, Abington Street - June 16

Nottingham, Low Pavement - May 20

Nottingham, Mapperley - February 23

Old Hill - May 26

Peebles - January 27

Penicuik - June 15

Peterborough, Millfield - January 14

Petersfield - April 8

Pitlochry - February 25

Plymouth, Crownhill - January 27

Port Glasgow - June 9

Prestatyn - March 23

Prestwich - April 28

Prestwick - March 2

Princes Risborough - March 31

Ramsey - March 23

Renfrew - May 18

Richmond - March 16

Rosyth - March 25

Rothesay - March 9

Royal Wootton Bassett - March 24

Saltcoats - March 30

Sawbridgeworth - June 3

Skegness - April 1

Skelmersdale - May 4

St Austell - April 21

Stratford-upon-Avon - May 4

Sutton - May 6

Tadworth - March 25

Thornliebank - May 25

Turriff - March 4

Waltham Abbey - March 31

Ware - February 2

Warrington, Orford - May 19

Wells - May 19

Whitby - June 2

Wick - March 16

Winchester - May 26

Winslow - April 21

Wotton-under-Edge - March 18


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I accidentally sent £1,000 to William Hill and couldn't get it back .
Jane, 60, emailed us at the end of April after her bank TSB were originally unable to recover the money she had sent to the wrong account.Jane, 60, who did not wish to give her surname, emailed This is Money at the end of April after her bank TSB were originally unable to recover the money, after it received no response to its recall request.

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