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Bank of Ireland is closing 88 branches in the Republic, and 15 in Northern Ireland.

The branches, due to close by the end of September, are mainly self-service which don’t have a counter service.

It says they all have a post office within 500 metres on average.

The bank is entering into a new partnership with An Post to offer banking services at over 900 locations, with longer opening hours.

See the full list of closures below:

Carlow
– Boris
– Tullow

Cavan
– Arva
– Cootehill
– Kingscourt

Clare
– Kilkee
– Miltown Malbay
– Tulla

Cork
– Cork Institute of Technology
– Glanmire
– Bantry
– Cobh
– Dunmanway
– Kanturk
– Millstreet
– Michelstown
– Youghal

Donegal
– Bunbeg
– Bundoran
– Dungloe
– Glenties
– Moville

Dublin
– James Street
– Law Library
– Phibsboro
– Ballycoolin
– Killester
– Merrion Road
– Rathmines
– Ballyfermot

Galway
– Ballygar
– Dunmore
– Oughterard

Kerry
– Castleisland
– Kilorglin
– Tralee IT

Kildare
– Celbridge
– Kilcullen
– Leixlip – HP/Intel
– Monasterevin

Kilkenny
– Callan
– Graiguenamanagh
– Thomastown
– Urlingford

Laois
– Durrow
– Mountrath
– Rathdowney

Leitrim
– Drunshambo
– Manorhamilton

Limerick
– Abbeyfeale
– Askeaton
– Bruff
– Caherdavin
– Rathkeale
– Roxboro
– University of Limerick

Longford
– Granard

Louth
– Dunleer

Mayo
– Ballyhaunis
– Charlestown
– Kiltimagh

Meath
– Athboy
– Enfield
– Ratoath

Monaghan
– Castleblayney
– Clones

Offaly
– Banagher
– Clara
– Edenderry

Roscommon
– Elphin
– Strokestown

Sligo
– Ballymote
– Tubbercurry

Tipperary
– Cahir
– Cashel
– Templemore

Waterford
– Ardkeen
– Kilmacthomas
– Lismore

Westmeath
– Athlone IT
– Castlepollard
– Kinnegad
– Moate

Wexford
– Rosslare
– Taghmon

Wicklow
– Carnew
– Rathdrum
– Tinahely