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Ulster Bank's Enfield sub-office to close

Thursday, 3rd July, 2014 4:53pm

Story by Noelle Finnegan
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Ulster Bank's Enfield sub-office to close
Ulster Bank's Enfield sub-office to close

Ulster Bank has confirmed that its sub-office in Enfield is to close by the end of November 2014. A total of seven Ulster Bank branches will be closing as well three sub-offices.
The branches that will close include South Mall, Cork; Granard, Co Longford; Pearse Road, Sligo; Clane, Co Kildare, and Kimmage. Inchicore, and George’s Quay in Dublin. The two other sub-offices affected are Clara, Co Offaly and Lifford, Co Donegal.
The parent branch of Enfield is Kilcock and it is proposed that customers will be transferred to the Kilcock branch. A spokesperson for Ulster Bank said they will also be writing directly to customers of Enfield in the coming weeks to inform them of alternative branch locations in their area and the range of banking services available on their mobiles, online and via telephone.
He added that there would be no job losses as a result of the announcement and that they would continue to communicate directly with their staff and other key stakeholders on the matter.
The Enfield Branch is currently open three days per weeks. Its opening hours are from 10.30am to 3pm (closed for lunch from 12.30pm-1.30pm) on Mondays; from 10.30am-1pm on Wednesdays and from 10.30am to 3pm on Fridays (closed for lunch from 12.30pm-1.30pm). The branch is closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

 

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