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These are the TSB bank branches set to close

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Written by: Paloma Kubiak
28/11/2019
TSB revealed it is to shut 82 bank branches next year and now it has disclosed which locations will be affected.

Earlier this week, as part of its Strategy for future growth, TSB announced it would close 82 bank branches next year as it looks to invest more in digital solutions.

The move will see TSB’s bank branches reduce from 540 to 454 as four have already been earmarked to close by the end of this year.

The locations weren’t disclosed at the time, but TSB said it would “maintain a geographically dispersed branch network”.

It has now released the full list of which bank branches are set to close and when.

Robin Bulloch, customer banking director at TSB, said: “We have made the difficult decision to close 82 branches, today announcing the locations. We will fully support customers through this transition.

“We realise this is difficult news for our branch partners and will do everything to support those affected to offer voluntary redundancies and redeploy as many people as we can to other roles.”

Is your local TSB branch closing?

This is the full list of branch closures:

North:

  • Wigton (June)
  • Newcastle Upon Tyne – Chillingham Road (September)

North West:

  • Urmston (June)
  • Chester (June)
  • Chorlton, Manchester (October)
  • Congleton (October)
  • Warrington – Penketh (October)
  • Leyland (November)
  • St Annes-on-Sea (November)
  • Ormskirk (November)

Yorkshire/Humber:

  • Headingley, Leeds (February)
  • Thorne (April)
  • Skipton (May)
  • Hull – Willerby (May)
  • Normanton (May)
  • Todmorden (June)
  • Brough (July)
  • Market Weighton (July)
  • Shipley (November)
  • Harrogate (November)

East Midlands:

  • Leicester – Cavendish Road (May)

East:

  • St Albans (September)
  • Ipswich – Felixstowe Road (September)

West Midlands:

  • Birmingham – Great Hampton (April)
  • Coventry – Walsgrave Road (April)
  • Pershore (May)
  • Cannock (September)
  • Rugby (September)
  • Warwick (September)
  • Birmingham – Stirchley (September)
  • Lichfield (October)
  • Stourbridge (October)
  • Coventry – Jubilee Crescent (November)
  • Leamington Spa (November)
  • Sutton Coldfield (November)
  • Bearwood Road Smethwick (November)

South West:

  • Moreton-in-Marsh (May)
  • Okehampton (May)
  • Stroud (June)
  • Poole (October)
  • Salisbury (October)

South East:

  • Abingdon (April)
  • Burgess Hill (April)
  • Sidcup (June)
  • Amersham (June)
  • Guildford (July)
  • Ashford (September)
  • Woking (September)
  • Redhill (October)
  • Basingstoke (October)
  • Worthing (October)
  • Fareham (October)
  • Cowley (November)

London:

  • Elephant and Castle (February)
  • Holborn (May)
  • Finchley (June)
  • Barkingside (September)
  • Wandsworth (September)
  • Bayswater (September)
  • St James’s Park (September)
  • Chingford (November)
  • Gidea Park (November)
  • Old Street (November)
  • Twickenham (November)
  • Potters Bar (November)

Scotland:

  • Barrhead (April)
  • Glasgow – Govan (May)
  • Bishopbriggs (May)
  • Milngavie (May)
  • Dunbar (May)
  • Portobello (May)
  • Jedburgh (May)
  • Kinross (May)
  • Tain (June)
  • Uddingston (June)
  • Edinburgh – Clerk Street (July)
  • Carluke (July)
  • Brechin (July)
  • Dumbarton (July)
  • Clarkston (July)
  • Edinburgh – Morningside (September)
  • Wishaw (September)

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