Roscommon Ulster Bank branch to close on April 21st

Ulster Bank has confirmed that its Roscommon town branch will close completely on April 21st after ceasing transactions at the end of March.

The branch, located just off the Square in the county town, is not included among 25 branches nationwide in the Permanent TSB rebrand.

The bank also confirmed that all its remaining 63 branches in the Republic of Ireland will close for good in April as part of its departure from the Irish market.

Ulster Bank customers have received notice in recent months advising them of the need to switch to a different banking provider.

All branches will cease transactions on March 31st while Ulster Bank’s services through An Post will also cease on that date.

Customers will no longer be able to make cash or cheque lodgements at the counter or machine after March 31st while withdrawals will only be available at ATMs. Foreign Exchange services will also be closed.