Metro Bank has revealed that it will be opening a new store this winter in Ashford, Kent.
The town centre store will offer business, personal and private banking services for Metro customers.
It will also have over 1,000 safety deposit boxes along with free coin-counting facilities.
Craig Donaldson, CEO at Metro Bank, added: “Customers are telling us time after time that they want the option to choose how, when and where they bank.
“That’s why we offer fantastic service across all our channels and are opening stores in prime locations, making a real difference to the way communities bank.
“Ashford is an exciting town to be part of and we’re delighted to have found another great location to serve even more customers, from early in the morning until late at night, seven days a week.
“We look forward to welcoming both local residents and businesses to the banking revolution over the coming weeks and months.”
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