Lloyds Banking Group is set to close a number of branches across the region.
The company has been streamlining its network in recent years as more customers turn to mobile and online banking.
The seven South West closures are part of wider changes across the country.
A total of 49 UK branches will be closed, with 305 staff losing their jobs.
Lloyds' main business competitors have all followed a similar trend in reducing their high street presence.
As more customers use online and mobile banking, footfall in physical branches decreases making them less cost-effective for the company.
The following branches in the South West are set to be closed:
- Bishops Cleeve, Cotswolds
- Bovey Tracey, South Devon
- Cricklade, Cotswolds
- Dawlish, South Devon
- Ottery St Mary, Somerset & Devon
- Plymouth Southway, South Devon
- Upton-upon-Severn, Severn