Branch Banking

We’re following the latest government guidance and continue to apply social distancing in our branches. For smaller branches, or at peak times, that may mean that you are required to queue outside the branch to make sure these rules are maintained for everyone’s wellbeing. You can also speak to our Partners by phoning your local branch during branch opening hours.

It’s often quicker to complete your day-to-day banking using our mobile banking app or Internet Banking, or get help 24/7 with our online chat service, using the blue tab on the right.

If you don’t have access to digital devices and are worried about not being able to access one of our branches, we can help you with this. Please call your local branch to let them know you’d like to set up banking access for a trusted friend or family member. The local branch will talk you through the process and provide guidance on how we can set this up.

If you, or any member of your household are showing symptoms of COVID-19 you must not visit a branch. Please visit to see how we can help with your day-to-day banking needs.

Temporary change in branch opening hours.

On the days they're open, most branches will be open 10am - 4pm. Please check our branch locator for your local branch opening times.

Some branches have re-opened on a Saturday to offer support on your more complex enquiries, such as discussing your account or specific help you may need with your finances. Our counter service will not be available in these branches on a Saturday.

You can also do you basic banking at a Post Office® if it’s nearer to you than one of our branches. You can pay in cash and cheques, check your balance and withdraw cash (excludes savings accounts).

We serve millions of customers in our branches every year and understand that friendly, face-to-face banking is as important as ever. 

Our Closure Programme

As part of our commitment to the Access to Banking Standard, we carry out a full local review on any branches before we make a decision to close it.

You can read more information here.

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Everyday Banking at the Post Office

You can pay in and take out money from your bank account at any of 11,500 Post Office locations across the UK.

What can I do?

  • Pay in cash and cheques
  • Withdraw money
  • Check your balance

Where and when?

  • Any Post Office
  • Whenever it's open
  • Includes evenings and Sundays (where available)

What do I need?

  • Your card and PIN to withdraw money
  • A pre-printed paying-in slip to pay in cash or cheques

Find your nearest Post Office, or check opening times:

Please note: Withdrawing cash is not available for customers with an ATM only card

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Internet Banking

Internet Banking is fast and secure

Find out more about Internet Banking

Business Banking

If you are a business customer, the facilities available are the deposit of cheques and cash which can be done at any Post Office counter using your TSB pre-printed paying-in slip. Payments take an additional business day to reach us.

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