Tell us: have you been affected by UK high street banks shutting down?

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<span>Photograph: Neil Hall/EPA</span>
Photograph: Neil Hall/EPA

Banks are being closed down at an alarming rate. More than a third of the UK’s bank branches have shut for good in less than five years, while hundreds of those that remain have reduced their opening hours.

We would like to find out how this affects people from across the community. Perhaps you dislike using online banking or are unable to use a computer? Or perhaps you live in a rural area and have to travel a lengthy distance to the nearest bank? We want to hear from anyone affected by this change on the high street.

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