A MOBILE service will be in place to help customers while a Flintshire bank closes for 'essential maintenance' next month, it has been confirmed.

The Leader recently reported that the HSBC branch in Mold would be closing temporarily between November 15 and 29.

The bank said it is "investing heavily" in the branch - which will see a "much-needed" upgrade to the self-service equipment.

This will include a new external ATM that will also mean customers can use this for deposits as well as withdrawals out of hours.

Customers were initially told to visit their nearest HSBC branch in Shotton during the period of closure.

But, it has now been confirmed that there will be a temporary mobile service in place for customers in Mold during that time. 


The HSBC team will be at the Daniel Owen Centre on Earl Road between the hours of 10am and 2pm on both Tuesday, November 21 and Tuesday, November 28.

Delyn MP Rob Roberts said he spoke to HSBC about arranging a mobile service for customers in the Mold area.

He said: "You may recall I announced last week that HSBC in Mold is going to close for a fortnight in the second half of November for upgrades and installation of new equipment that should improve the customer experience.

"I mentioned that I would be speaking to HSBC about getting a mobile service to come round a few times during the closure to assist customers.

"Pleased to see that they recognised the concerns and will be putting on a temporary service at the Daniel Owen Centre on 21st and 28th of November."