It’s the end of an era for staff at five branches of Bank of Ireland which are closing in Donegal today.
Bunbeg, Bundoran, Dungloe, Glenties and Moville branches are among the 88 locations being cut from the bank’s national network.
Staff at all affected branches were notified in March.
Bank of Ireland has launched a new arrangement with An Post to continue local services.
Bank of Ireland customers can now make cash (notes and coin) lodgements and withdrawals, and cheque lodgements at 923 An Post locations.
Customers can bank at Post Office locations if they have one of the following accounts: Personal current accounts including Young Saver, 2nd level, 3rd level, Graduate, Golden years, Basic Bank accounts, Business current accounts along with Personal and Business Demand Deposit accounts.
Important Information for Bank of Ireland Customers:
- Bank of Ireland customers will need their debit card or ATM card to make cash lodgements or cash withdrawals at An Post locations.
- Bank of Ireland customers will need new personalised lodgement docket to make a cheque lodgement.
- To ensure cash lodged at a Post Office is credited to Bank of Ireland accounts on the same day, cash must be lodged before 4:30pm.