Access to Banks

In November 2016, the news broke that all three of the remaining banks on Glastonbury High Street were intending to close their branches, leaving the town facing the prospect of having no banking facilities at all.

This is a pattern followed in so many other parts of the constituency where branches are being closed and people are being left without access to banking.

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News

Glastonbury MP Joins Residents Bank Protest

Glastonbury MP James Heappey joined residents and campaigners in a final protest to mark the closing of the Lloyds Bank branch leaving the town without a bank.

Glastonbury MP Joins Residents For Flash Mob

Glastonbury MP James Heappey joined local residents as part of flash mob to try and persuade at least one of Glastonbury's banks to remain on the High Street.