Ulster Bank has confirmed which of it’s 22 branches and sub offices will be closed by June 2013
Five branches and six sub-offices are closing in Ireland .
They are : the branches in Belturbet, Killeshandra and Kilnaleck in Co Cavan; , Glenamaddy in Co Galway and Castlepollard in Co Westmeath.
The sub offices to be closed are in Carrigallen and Swanlinbar in Co Cavan , Rathangan, Co Kildare, Kilkelly, Co Mayo, Kilcormac, Co Offaly and Delvin, Co Westmeath.
In Northern Ireland – the Ulster Bank branches in Carryduff, Jordanstown, and Knock, which are located near Belfast, will shut. Also – branches in Dromore in Co. Tyrone, Harryville near Ballymena, Longstone Street in Lisburn, and Shaftesbury Square in Belfast City, along with sub-offices in Ardglass, Co Down; Moy, Co Armagh; Rosslea, Co Fermanagh; and Saintfield in Co Down.