Exmouth's NatWest Bank at 11 Rolle Street has confirmed it will be closing on Thursday, October 19. 

In a letter sent out to residents on Wednesday (July 5), NatWest confirmed the bank will be closing and are encouraging customers to bank online.

NatWest says that the nearest bank will be in Exeter. 

Exmouth also lost its HSBC and Barclays bank recently, meaning TSB and Nationwide will be the only banks left in Exmouth after October.

In a letter to Exmouth residents, NatWest said: “Closing a branch is a difficult decision and not one we take lightly. We understand that this branch closure may be challenging for many and we’re working hard to help prepare our customers, and our colleagues, for the closure.

“All your banking details including sort code, account number, standing orders and direct debits will remain the same and you can continue to use your debit cards, paying-in books, and chequebooks.

“Only the branch address on your statements and any new chequebooks will change. If you need to write to us, the address will be Natwest Exeter High Street, 59 High Street, Exeter, Ex4 3DL.

“We will introduce a community pop-up site following closure where a local colleague will be available to support face-to-face conversations around your day-to-day banking needs, support you with setting up and using our digital services, provide information and advice on how you can use your local Post Office for cash-based transactions, as well as provide advice on how to protect yourself against fraud and scams.”

Find out more about the banks closure at natwest.com/bankingnearme. Or contact customer support via 0131 380 6528.