Save the Lymington TSB

Pennington councillors Jack Davies and Colm McCarthy, along with the local Liberal Democrat team are leading the fight to save the TSB bank on Lymington High Street.

The recent announcement from TSB that their branch in Lymington will not re-open means that local TSB customers must travel 40 minutes by car (if they own one) to Boscombe, and 40 minutes back again, to their nearest TSB branch.

Jack said: "This is a bitter blow for Lymington High Street just as the town was starting to get back on its feet from the first wave of Covid-19 cases. This bank is a vital lifeline for many of our local businesses and elderly residents, some of whom are unable to do their banking online."

"We lost Santander last year. Slowly but surely, Lymington is losing its High Street banks and this will only make life more difficult for local residents. The Liberal Democrats are fighting to save the TSB bank from closure."

If you want to help Jack, Colm, and the local Lib Dem team fight to save the Lymington TSB bank just sign our petition below.

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