Full list of Lloyds and Halifax branches shutting down after 28 announced
A total of 28 Lloyds and Halifax high street bank branches will shut up shop for the final time this year.
Lloyds Banking Group has blamed a drastic slump in customers coming into the branch for the decision to close down 20 Lloyds Bank and eight Halifax branches between August and November.
The bank has added that customers in need of a free cash machine will be able to find one within a mile of each of the closures.
.A Lloyds spokesperson said: "It remains true that online and mobile banking continue to grow, as branch usage falls.
"On average, visits to these 28 branches have dropped by 60% since 2016, while we now have 18.6 million regular online banking customers and over 15 million mobile app users."
The branches closing range from Norfolk to Devon and Manchester to Kent.
The full list of bank branches closing is below, with the soonest shutting down as early as August 22.
Lloyds branches closing
Norwich Heartsease – 23/08/2022
Thatcham – 24/08/2022
Ashby-de-la-Zouch – 25/08/2022
Bilborough Nottingham – 31/08/2022
Broadstone – 31/08/2022
Letchworth – 01/09/2022
Nottingham Hyson Green – 06/09/2022
Oadby – 06/09/2022
Plympton – 07/09/2022
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Verwood – 07/09/2022
Ilfracombe – 12/09/2022
Whickham – 12/09/2022
Atherstone – 13/09/2022
Hadleigh – 14/09/2022
Swanage – 19/09/2022
Ystrad Mynach – 20/09/2022
Bourne – 21/11/2022
Heald Green – 22/11/2022
Banstead – 24/11/2022
Williton – 24/11/2022
Halifax branches closing
Coalville – 22/08/2022
Falmouth – 07/09/2022
Hoddesdon High St – 01/09/2022
Manchester Trafford – 05/09/2022
Lewes – 05/09/2022
Walton Vale – 08/09/2022
Dover – 13/09/2022
Dorchester – 22/11/2022
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