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TSB bank in Sherwood set to close in ‘incredibly difficult decision’

A TSB Bank in Nottingham is set to close next summer as the company makes cut backs nationally.

It was announced on Tuesday, November 30, that 70 TSB branches will be closing next year in what they describe as an “incredibly difficult decision”.

Locally, TSB’s Sherwood branch, located in Mansfield Road, will close its doors for the final time on June 29 next year.

No other Nottinghamshire branch has been included in the closure list – although nearby Melton Mowbray’s branch will also be shutting.

The closures will leave 220 branches still open – and 90% of TSB customers will still be able to travel to one of its branches in 20 minutes or less, said TSB.

Chief customer officer Robin Bulloch said: “Closing branches is an incredibly difficult decision to take, but we have to respond to the changes in the way people bank and provide the right mix of services for all our customers now and into the future.

“These changes allow us to maintain an extensive branch presence across the country. They are accompanied by a significant investment programme to upgrade branches to better suit customer needs.

“And, where it takes longer to get to the nearest branch, we will introduce more ‘pop-up’ services in communities.”

Full list of TSB bank closures in 2022

  1. Aylesbury – 19 April 2022
  2. Bath – 15 June 2022
  3. Bermondsey – 27 April 2022
  4. Bishop’s Stortford – 26 May 2022
  5. Bromley – 18 May 2022
  6. Bury St Edmunds – 26 May 2022
  7. Camberley – 5 May 2022
  8. Cambridge – 20 April 2022
  9. Carolgate – 24 May 2022
  10. Cleveleys – 8 June 2022
  11. Colchester – 31 May 2022
  12. Coldside – 13 April 2022
  13. Cirencester – 14 June 2022
  14. Denton – 17 May 2022
  15. Ealing – 5 May 2022
  16. Eastbourne – 17 May 2022
  17. Ellon – 19 April 2022
  18. Exeter – 21 June 2022
  19. Forfar – 14 April 2022
  20. Forres – 27 April 2022
  21. Fort William – 20 April 2022
  22. Frodsham – 22 June 2022
  23. Garston – 9 June 2022
  24. Gateshead – 10 May 2022
  25. Gillingham – 15 June 2022
  26. Greenwich – 28 April 2022
  27. Harlesden – 28 April 2022
  28. Horsham – 12 May 2022
  29. Kirkintilloch – 28 April 2022
  30. Lanark – 27 April 2022
  31. Longbridge – 28 June 2022
  32. Louth – 24 May 2022
  33. Magdalen Street – 28 June 2022
  34. Maidstone – 10 May 2022
  35. Market Hill – 16 June 2022
  36. Maryport – 10 May 2022
  37. Melton Mowbray – 1 June 2022
  38. Morden – 11 May 2022
  39. Morecombe – 7 June 2022
  40. Nelson – 18 May 2022
  41. Newbury – 7 June 2022
  42. Newton Aycliffe – 3 May 2022
  43. Northallerton – 3 May 2022
  44. Ossett – 17 May 2022
  45. Oxford – 7 June 2022
  46. Redcar – 4 May 2022
  47. Redditch – 2 June 2022
  48. Romford – 31 May 2022
  49. Ross-On-Wye – 22 June 2022
  50. Rushden – 21 April 2022
  51. Sherwood – 29 June 2022
  52. Shrewsbury – 28 June 2022
  53. Solihull – 1 June 2022
  54. Southend-On-Sea – 2 June 2022
  55. Stranraer – 28 April 2022
  56. Sutton – 26 May 2022
  57. Swaffham – 24 May 2022
  58. Taunton – 12 April 2022
  59. Thornbury – 9 June 2022
  60. Thurso – 21 April 2022
  61. Tunbridge Wells – 19 May 2022
  62. Uxbridge – 4 May 2022
  63. West End – 4 May 2022
  64. Weston-super-Mare – 23 June 2022
  65. Wilmslow – 14 June 2022
  66. Wimborne – 13 April 2022
  67. Winsford – 21 June 2022
  68. Woodseats – 15 June 2022
  69. Worcester – 21 June 2022
  70. Yeovil – 12 April 2022

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