Full list of Barclays, Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland branches set to close

The closures are part of the latest cull by the banking giants. Credit: PA Images/Halifax

Barclays and Lloyds Banking Group, which includes Halifax and Bank of Scotland, have announced more than sixty branch closures between them, closing sites from local communities across the country.

Banks in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are set to be closed as part of the latest cull by the banking giants.

When and where will the latest closures happen?


Leominster - Corn Street - 1st September

Wellingborough - Market Street - 1st September

St Andrews - Market Street - 8th September

London - Lower Ground Floor, The Arcade, Westfield - September

London - Putney High Street - 1st September

London - Finchley Road - 6th September

Chalfont St Peter - High Street - 31st August

Harpenden - High Street - 6th September

Cambridge - Addenbrookes Hospital - 15th September

Haverhill - High Street - 8th September


Gloucester - Bristol Road - 18th September

South Molton - East Street - 19th September

Liphook - The Square - 21st September

Hazlemere - Penn Road, Hazlemere - 21st September

Leeds - The Penny Hill Centre - 25th September

Bournemouth - Wimborne Road - 27th September

Kidlington - Oxford Road - 28th September

Slough - Buckingham Avenue - 5th October

Northampton - Wellingborough Road - 9th October

Brighouse - Bradford Road - 10th October

Kingsbridge - Fore Street - 11th October

Prenton - Woodchurch Road - 16th October

March - High Street - 18th October

Llanishen - Kimberley Terrace - 24th October

Cromer - West Street - 25th October

Formby - Chapel Lane - 30th October

Thirsk - Market Place - 31st October

North Walsham - Market Place - 7th November

St David's - Cross Square - 27th November

Alresford - West Street - 27th November

Pershore - Broad Street - 20th February


London - Finchley Road - 20th September

Haywards Heath - South Road - 25th September

Southampton - Gordon Buildings - 26th September

Harborne - High Street - 26th September

Kingstanding - Kingstanding Road - 27th September

Todmorden - Halifax Road - 28th September

Great Barr - Walsall Road - 4th October

Craigavon - Market Street - 4th October

Feltham - A The Centre - 5th October

Canvey Island - Furtherwick Road - 6th November

Malvern - Church Street - 6th November

Grantham - High Street - 8th November

Leominster - West Street - 13th November

Larne - Main Street - 14th November

Paignton - Torquay Road - 28th November

Bank of Scotland

Cupar - The Cross - 2nd October

Fort Augustus - Station Road - 5th October

Eyemouth - Manse Road - 9th October

Ballater - Bridge Street - 11th October

Duns - Market Square - 16th October

Braemar - Invercauld Road - 17th October

Ullapool - West Argyle Street - 23rd October

Aberfoyle - Main Street - 24th October

Newcastleton - Douglas Square - 31st October

Dunkeld - High Street - 5th December

Falkland - High Street - 5th December

Cumnock - Townhead Street - 12th February

Crieff - Galvelmore Street - 12th February

Jedburgh - High Street - 14th February

Girvan - Dalrymple Street - 21st February

Dunbar - High Street - 21st May

Aviemore - Main Road - 21st May

Why are these closures happening?

The banking industry has pointed to data showing that fewer people are using their branches to justify an increasing number of closures during recent years.

The pandemic also accelerated changes in how customers used banking services, with many learning for the first time how to bank from home.

However, critics say some of the more vulnerable members of society – especially those in older age groups who are less confident on the internet – will be left without access to services they understand.