Barclays’ plan to axe 54 branches by the end of the year is another hit for struggling retailers in small towns and villages, a Welsh retailer told RN.
Barclays is the last bank in the town of Llanidloes, Powys. “This is another strain for small businesses such as ourselves,” said Trudy Davies, of Woosnam & Davies, who manages her payroll through her local branch. “I will now have to drive 15…
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