Barclays is set to close another bank in Suffolk, it has been confirmed.

The banking giant has revealed it will be closing its branch in Market Hill in Framlingham on Friday, August 25. 

Barclays said a decline in the number of people using the branch is the principal reason for the closure. 

Just 25 customers use the branch on a regular basis, with 86 per cent of people instead using online banking. 

It is currently the only bank open in Framlingham.

A spokesperson for Barclays said: "We want to reassure you that we’re here to help. We’ll stay in your community and you’ll be able to talk to us in person.

"We’re finalising the details of where we’ll be based, and when, to support you with your banking, and we‘ll share the details locally once confirmed."

It is the latest Barclays branch closure in the county. 

Sudbury's Market Hill bank will shut on Thursday, July 6, while closures have also been confirmed for Newmarket and Mildenhall. 

HSBC has also confirmed branches in Sudbury and Beccles will be closing later this year.