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Finsbury Park Natwest to close

PUBLISHED: 09:22 30 May 2015

Natwest, in Finsbury Park, will close for ever in August Pic: Google

Natwest, in Finsbury Park, will close for ever in August Pic: Google

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Branch of global banking giant to shut forever in August

The Finsbury Park branch of Natwest is set to close this summer.

On August 12 the bank on the corner of Seven Sisters Road and Finsbury Park Road will shut forever.

A spokesman said: “We have taken the difficult decision to close the NatWest Finsbury Park branch on the August 12 2015.

“We will ensure there are a number of alternative ways for people in the area to continue to bank with us.2

He added the bank had reached an agreement with the local Post Office so that our customers can check their balance, deposit and withdraw funds, and business customers can get coinage.

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