Nat West Advice
Russell Finch, the Local Chief Executive Officer for NatWest North Cheshire and Stockport has contacted the Chair of Chelford PC to say that an adviser will be available at the bank on Thursday 5th June and Thursday 12th June to advise anybody who needs help how best to conduct their banking business once the branch closes.
Meanwhile, the struggle against the closure of bank branches is still continuing in Woodstock, Oxfordshire and Highcliffe on Sea in Dorset.
Chris, the local campaign leader in Woodstock (a substantial, thriving town in David Cameron's constituency) recently met the bank officials. Those attending were Chris, the Mayor of Woodstock, NatWest Regional Director Adrian Aurelius and the Local CEO Lauren Hunt.
The Woodstock team had produced a list of detailed questions about the situation of their town and raised these with the bank officials. Chris felt that their questions were not fully answered. He went on to say that the bank stated that they had not exhausted the options suggested by the Woodstock team.
Chris said that as a result of the meeting he felt more resolute even though there was only one week to closure.
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