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After The Bank?
Langport Town Hall
Fri 28th July 2017, 2pm-7pm

Langport Town Council. are promoting a Community Information Event in which you can meet 'Trudi', NatWest's Community Banker, and learn how she can help you after the NatWest Bank branch has closed. Above the Levels does rather wonder if NatWest Community Banker is some form of oxymoron... they are after all closing the Community Bank...

Find out what else is happening to ensure that people have access to cash and to banking facilities. Discover what might happen to the local historical artefacts in the bank, and to the building itself. Drop in between 2pm and 7pm.

Trudi from NatWest

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