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Mobile branch of Lloyds Bank in Tenby

Since the 7th December 2016, Tenby  hasn’t had a Llloyds bank branch. Lloyds used to have a branch in Tudor Square but closed down. They stated it was due to the changing ways that people use banking services; with online and mobile banking becoming more and more mainstream.

Lloyds have now introduced a mobile bank branch which will visit Tenby every Monday between 10 – 11:45am and on Wednesday and Friday, between 10 – 11:15am. The mobile bank branch will be accessible at the Five Arches Car Park.

A spokeswoman from Lloyds stated: “This new mobile branch will provide a vital service to the local communities it visits, by giving customers access to everyday banking services such as making deposits, withdrawing cash and paying bills.

“Our mobile branch colleagues will also be on hand to help customers access online banking and answer any general account or product enquiries.

“Personal customers will be able to use to the new mobile branches for many of their everyday banking needs such as making deposits (£5,000 cash limit), withdrawing cash (£300 daily limit or £1,000 if pre-ordered 48 hours before) and paying bills. As well as helping customers use online banking and make general account or product enquiries.

“Business (RBB and commercial) customers will have access to basic services such as making deposits up to £5,000 and withdrawing up to £300 daily in cash (or £1,000 if pre-ordered 48 hours before).”

To ensure the mobile branch is easily accessible for everyone, it will include full disabled access (With a disabled lift allowing wheelchair access) along with a hearing loop for the hearing impaired.

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