Malmesbury fears losing Lloyds’ mobile banking convenience.

January 26, 2024
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  • Lloyds Bank has decided to stop its mobile banking service to three towns in Wiltshire – Malmesbury, Cricklade, and Calne.
  • The bank cited a significant decline in the number of customers using the mobile branch due to the increasing popularity of online and mobile banking.

Lloyds Bank has recently announced that it will no longer provide mobile banking services to the towns of Malmesbury, Cricklade, and Calne in Wiltshire. The decision has raised concerns about the impact on vulnerable residents who rely on the mobile branch. With the closure of the service at the end of May, Malmesbury will be left without any banking facilities, except for cash machines and the local Post Office. However, Lloyds Bank suggested that customers use alternative banking options such as online, phone, and mobile banking services, as well as accessing everyday banking services at the Post Office.

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