A team from Barclays Bank will be available to talk to customers about a controversial branch closure tomorrow (Tuesday, 23 August).
Following their decision to axe the Haxby branch, they are coming to Haxby Memorial tomorrow with appointment slots available to book online.
The visit of the Barclays Van has been secured by York Outer MP Julian Sturdy.
They will be answering questions about how customers can use the Barclays app and advising on alternatives to in-branch services.
There are three cash machines nearby and customers will be able to withdraw cash and deposit cheques at the Post Office.
Mr Sturdy said: “Following Barclays’ announcement last month to close their Haxby branch, I met with their customer care director to demand if they would not reconsider the branch’s future that they put in place comprehensive plans so the impact to their customers in minimised.
“While the Post Office can cover most day-to-day services, I was keen to ensure Barclays staff still regularly visit the community to cover bespoke services offered by the bank.
“I am looking forward to meeting the Barclays team tomorrow and encourage any constituents who are unsure of how they’re going to manage their banking needs once the branch closes to book an appointment.”