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HSBC in Diss announces temporary closure for refurbishment

The HSBC in Diss is closing today for 15 days as refurbishments take place.

The Mount Street site has shut its doors from this afternoon until 9.30am on May 29 to have work done on the site, including painting, new signage and the installation of state-of-the-art cash machines.

George Hemstock, HSBC UK’s local director, said that the bank had discussed the temporary closure with its customers.

The Diss branch of HSBC in Mount Street. Picture: HSBC
The Diss branch of HSBC in Mount Street. Picture: HSBC

He said: “While we are having the work done people can continue to use their nearest Post Office for day to day transactions, plus mobile and online banking is available 24/7 in addition to being able to call our contact centre.

“We will also be hosting community pop-up events at St Mary's Church Hall in Mount Street. We will be there on May 16 and May 20, between 10.30am to 3.30pm.

“Customers can also continue to use any of our other banks, with Bury St Edmunds and Norwich being the closest branches.”

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