"" Barclays will close all of its locations in 2023.

Barclays will close all of its locations in 2023.

Is your local branch one of the 10 that Barclays has announced it would close this year? The company will close nine further branches in England and its St Andrews, Scotland, location will also be shuttered. Over 40 closures have already been confirmed by Barclays for 2023 and more are on the way. The majority of the most recent round of closures will end in September however others will do so in August. The information was released the day after Bank of Scotland, Halifax, and Lloyds Bank owner Lloyds Banking Group announced it would shutter 53 branches. A representative for Barclays stated As branch visits continue to decline we must adapt to offer the greatest service to all of our customers.

We maintain a physical presence through our Barclays Local network live in over 200 locations based in libraries, town halls, mobile vans and our new banking pods where there is no longer enough demand to warrant a branch. If you prefer to conduct your banking in person you can visit one of the Post Offices over 12,000 locations to complete routine activities but you won't be able to create new accounts or apply for personal loans or mortgages. Barclays has over 200 pop-up locations right now and confirmed it will open another 70.

In addition new banking pods are beginning to appear which are semi permanent offices that can travel to different areas according to demand. The bank also offers aid to anyone in need of financial advice including how to save for a home and start a business through an educational and support van service.

Barclays will close all of its locations in 2023.

Here is the most recent list of scheduled closures:

St. Andrews, 100 Market Street, August 9.

Chalfont St. Peter, 32 High Street, August 31

Leominster 4 Corn Street- September 1

Wellingborough, 8 Market Street, September 1

Westfield, London, 61 Lower Ground Floor, The Arcade, September 1

London's 60 Putney High Street on September 1

London's 131 Finchley Road - September 6

Harpenden, 16 High Street, September 6

Haverhill, 39 High Street,  September 8

Cambridge's Addenbrookes Hospital on September 15

The branches that will be closing in the upcoming months have previously been publicised as follows:

7 June in Manningtree

8 June in Ringwood

9 June in Ebbw Vale

9 June in Kirkintilloch

9 June in Newmarket

13 June in Colchester

14 June in Merthyr Tydfil

14 June in Mildenhall

14 June in Beckenham

15 June in Lymington

15 June in West Bridgford

16 June in London (Notting Hill Gate).

16 June in Knowle

6 July in Chipping Norton

6 July in Kingswood

7 July in Llangollen

7 July in Sudbury

7  July in Knightsbridge, London

7 July Canvey Island

7 July in Alnwick

12 July Bentham

12 July Wombourne

13 July Hayes

14 July Yarm

14 July Seahouses

14 July Harrow

14 July Oswestry

21 July Lisburn

28 July Portadown

9 August, 17 High Street, Bognor Regis

Scotland's Stirling, 16 Murray Place, 11 August

Chelmsford, 18 Queen Elizabeth II Square, 11August

Kidsgrove, 90 Liverpool Road, 11 August.

Eastleigh, 20/24 Upper Market Street - 11 August .

Prudhoe, 74 Front Street, 11 August .

Southampton, 1 Lower Northam Road, Hedge End -  17 August

Dunfermline, Scotland - 133 High Street -18  August

Wokingham, 31 Market Place, 18 August

Haltwhistle's Westgate - 18 August

Burnham-on-Crouch, 18 High Street, 22 August

25 August, 118 High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

St. Ives High Street, 8 September

15 September, 6 Killigrew Street, Falmouth

Wales's Risca, 52 Tredegar Street- TBC

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