Which TSB branches are set to close?

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TSB has announced plans to close 70 branches in 2022 as more customers switch to online banking.

The closures will result in 150 fewer jobs but staff who work at the affected branches will be found new work elsewhere within the bank.

Find out in the list below whether your local branch is affected by the closures, and when they will close.

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A man uses a TSB cash machine in Ashford, Kent (Gareth Fuller/PA)

TSB branches that will close next year

Aylesbury – 1-3 Market Street – April 19, 2022
Bath – 10 Quiet Street – June 15, 2022
Bermondsey – 253/255 Southwark Park Road – April 27, 2022
Bishop’s Stortford – 3 The Corn Exchange – May 26, 2022
Bromley – 58 High Street – May 18, 2022
Bury St Edmunds – 8 Guildhall Street – May 26, 2022
Camberley – 54 High Street – May 5, 2022
Cambridge – 6 St Andrews Street – April 20, 2022
Carolgate – 1 Carolgate – May 24, 2022
Cleveleys – 77 Victoria Road West – June 8, 2022
Colchester – 2 Culver Street West – May 31, 2022
Coldside – 101 Strathmartine Road – April 13, 2022
Cirencester – 37 Market Place – June 14, 2022
Denton – 38 Ashton Road – May 17, 2022
Ealing – 31 New Broadway – May 5, 2022
Eastbourne – 76 Terminus Road – May 17, 2022
Ellon – 36 Bridge Street – April 19, 2022
Exeter – 6 High Street – June 21, 2022
Forfar – 20 East High Street – April 14, 2022
Forres – 156 High Street – April 27, 2022
Fort William – 6 Tweedale High Street – April 20, 2022
Frodsham – 96 Main Street – June 22, 2022
Garston – 6 Speke Road – June 9, 2022
Gateshead – 264 High Street – May 10, 2022
Gillingham – Sydenham House – June 15, 2022
Greenwich – 6 Crescent Arcade – April 28, 2022
Harlesden – 58 High Street – April 28, 2022
Horsham – Unit 1 – May 12, 2022
Kirkintilloch – 4 Alexandra Street – April 28, 2022
Lanark – 25 Bannatyne Street – April 27, 2022
Longbridge – 1401 Bristol Road South – June 28, 2022
Louth – 11-13 Eastgate – May 24, 2022
Magdalen Street – 65 Magdalen Street – June 28, 2022
Maidstone – 16 High Street – May 10, 2022
Market Hill – 17 Market Hill – June 16, 2022
Maryport – 109/111 Senhouse Street – May 10, 2022
Melton Mowbray – 23-25 High Street – June 1, 2022
Morden – 66 London Road – May 11, 2022
Morecombe – Lunedale House – June 7, 2022
Nelson – 23 Manchester Road – May 18, 2022
Newbury – 26 Northbrook Street – June 7, 2022
Newton Aycliffe – Unit 3B, Greenwell Road – May 3, 2022
Northallerton – 164 High Street – May 3, 2022
Ossett – 3 Wesley Street – May 17, 2022
Oxford – 17 George Street – June 7, 2022
Redcar – 87-89 High Street – May 4, 2022
Redditch – 4 Unicorn Hill – June 2, 2022
Romford – 3 Stewards Walk – May 31, 2022
Ross-On-Wye – 9a Gloucester Road – June 22, 2022
Rushden – 133 High Street – April 21, 2022
Sherwood – 583 Mansfield Road – June 29, 2022
Shrewsbury – 45 High Street – June 28, 2022
Solihull – 58 Poplar Road – June 1, 2022
Southend-On-Sea – 32 London Road – June 2, 2022
Stranraer – 21 Castle Street – April 28, 2022
Sutton – 79 Ellamsbridge Road – May 26, 2022
Swaffham – 61 Market Place – May 24, 2022
Taunton – 34 North Street – April 12, 2022
Thornbury – 9 St Mary’s Way – June 9, 2022
Thurso – 12/14 Traill Street – April 21, 2022
Tunbridge Wells – 62 Mount Pleasant Road – May 19, 2022
Uxbridge – 24 Chequers Square – May 4, 2022
West End – 68 Baker Street – May 4, 2022
Weston-super-Mare – 12 Walliscote Road – June 23, 2022
Wilmslow – Emerson Court, Alderley Road – June 14, 2022
Wimborne – 5 The Square – April 13, 2022
Winsford – 160 High Street – June 21, 2022
Woodseats – 1 Abbey Lane – June 15, 2022
Worcester – 24 Mealcheapen Street – June 21, 2022
Yeovil – King George Street – April 12, 2022

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