8 October 2021 No Comments by The Northern Standard

The Bank of Ireland branches in Clones and Castleblayney are set to close tomorrow, Friday October 8. The Bank of Ireland branch in Cootehill, and those located in Arva and Kingscourt in Co Cavan, are also due to operate for the last time tomorrow. Bank of Ireland announced in March that it was closing 83 of its branches in the Republic of Ireland as part of a restructuring programme. “We will continue to operate an extensive branch network with a strong nationwide presence of 169 locations.

This will be complemented by a new partnership with An Post, which will offer Bank of Ireland customers banking services at more than 900 locations across Ireland,” the bank said in a statement. “This will include over the counter cash and cheque lodgements and cash withdrawals, with longer weekday opening hours than traditional bank branches, as well as Saturday opening. The closing Bank of Ireland branches have a post office within, on average, less than 500 metres.”

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