Two Norfolk postcodes listed among worst in the country for cash machine provision, Which? says | Latest Norfolk and Suffolk News
PUBLISHED: 20:42 19 January 2018 | UPDATED: 20:42 19 January 2018
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A client group has stated two Norfolk postcodes are among the worst in the country for cash machine provision.
In a warning about proposals to assessment the variety of ATMs round the country, Which? has analysed knowledge on 70,000 cash machines round the UK.
It discovered 123 postcode districts which didn’t seem to comprise a single ATM, with one other 116 which simply seem to have one, 37 of which cost a price.
It listed PE32, the space which covers villages together with Castle Acre, Litcham and Great Massingham, as a postcode district with notably low ATM cowl. It has a inhabitants of roughly 15,300.
And NR16, which covers areas together with East Harling, Banham and Bunwell and has a inhabitants of 11,950, as one other.
Which? warned towards closures of free-to-use cash machines, and stated it might “place a strain” on communities already affected by “mass bank closures”.
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