We take great pride in our line-up of Triumph motorcycles and we invite you to visit our showroom.It has been a black week for bank customers, with today bringing the announcement of yet another round of branch closures - this time by Royal Bank of Scotland and Nat West.
Following in the wake of Lloyds and Yorkshire Building Society, RBS is the third big name this week to announce bank branch closures.
RBS' closures will mean one in four of its branches will disappear.
An RBS spokesman said: 'More and more of our customers are choosing to do their everyday banking online or on mobile.'Since 2014 the number of customers using our branches across the UK has fallen by 40 per cent and mobile transactions have increased by 73 per cent over the same period.'Over 5 million customers now use our mobile banking app and one in five only bank with us digitally.'Another key reason behind RBS's decision is a desire to save money.
The bank is desperately trying to get back into the black and stay there, following a series of disastrous years since it was bailed out during the financial crisis.
Jack Lilley Triumph specialises in Triumph motorcycles.
We are one of the largest Triumph motorcycle dealers in the UK.In total, 62 RBS and 197 Nat West branches will be axed, affecting around 1,000 members of staff, with some being redeployed to new roles and locations.Unite union branded the closures a 'betrayal' and slammed the Government for allowing the closures to go ahead.Taxpayer owned Royal Bank of Scotland is closing 259 branches up and down the UK, claiming the move reflects the growing popularity of online banking.The closures will lead to 680 people losing their jobs, with the majority of closures set to be completed by the middle of next year.Haven Savings Bank is one of the most trusted banks offering customers a convenient way to bank even when they are on the go.