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Another town centre bank set to close

By Warren Wilkins 6th December 2017

Another town centre bank set to close

NEWQUAY is set to lose another bank, leaving only one remaining in the town centre. The Royal Bank of Scotland revealed it will be closing its Newquay Bank Street branch on Monday, February 19, due to a fall in the number of people using the bank. NatWest says that since 2012 transactions in the Bank Street branch have fallen by 31% and only 68 customers visit the branch on a weekly basis. A spokesperson for the Royal Bank of Scotland said:...

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