Save Lloyds Bank Yateley

As you may already be aware, Lloyds Bank announced this week to their staff that they intend to close their branch in Yateley on 29th August 2019.

I am very disappointed that Lloyds have made this announcement. This follows the recent closure of the Barclays branch in Yateley, even though I know that branches are highly valued, especially by older residents and small business owners who often pop in to manage their finances.

If bank accounts have to be managed at Camberley or Fleet, this becomes roughly a one to two hour return journey by public transport, which is clearly not in the best interests of our community.

If you want to send a signal to Lloyds that they should keep their Yateley branch open, I would encourage you – and your friends and neighbours – to sign my petition below.

Lloyds Bank Yateley

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To the Honourable the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Parliament assembled.

The Humble Petition of the residents of North East Hampshire,

Sheweth,

That Lloyds Bank have proposals to close their Yateley branch on 29th August 2019; further that this high street branch is particularly highly valued, especially by older residents and small business owners who often pop in to manage their finances; further that there has been an increase of branch usage in the last year by businesses, proving the demand for a high street branch; and further that if accounts are moved to Camberley or Fleet, this becomes between a one hour and two hour return journey by public transport, which is clearly not in the best interests of our community.

Wherefore your petitioners pray that your honourable House urges HM Government to take all possible steps to urge Lloyds Bank to reconsider this decision and to make sure that the banking industry considers the social implications of their actions.

And your Petitioners, as in duty bound, will ever pray, &c

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