Metro Bank has announced it will open a new branch in Canterbury later this year
The new branch – which will create 25 jobs for the local community – will offer a range of banking services to Canterbury residents and open early until late, 362 days a year.
It will also provide instant account opening, on-the-spot card printing, over 2,300 safe deposit boxes and free coin-counting facilities.
Iain Kirkpatrick, managing director of retail banking at Metro Bank, said: “We’re delighted to be opening a store in the historic city of Canterbury.
“Making banking simple and convenient is a real priority for us and we’re thrilled to bring residents a bank that puts customers at the heart of everything it does.
“Canterbury is an extraordinary city that we’re excited to be a part of and we’ll be celebrating our new store with two days of grand opening festivities later this year.
“We look forward to meeting local residents and businesses, and introducing them to the banking revolution.”
The new branch will be located at 2 George Street, Canterbury, CT1 2SR.
Metro Bank recently announced that it will be opening a branch in Swindon later this year.
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