Ten Bank of Ireland branches across the Shannonside Northern Sound region are to close this year following a major announcement this morning.
The bank is closing 88 branches in the Republic, and 15 in Northern Ireland due to a drop in customer demand.
The selected locations to be shut have been announced in the last hour:
Bank of Ireland says all the branches that are to be closed have a post office within 500 metres on average.
Branches in Strokestown and Elphin in Roscommon have been marked for closure within the year.
While in Leitrim, Drumshambo and Manorhamilton services will also close.
Cavan services in Arva, Cootehill and Kingscourt will be shut while Clones and Castleblayney branches in Monaghan will also be closed.
The Granard Bank of Ireland branch in Longford is the only location in the county to be selected for closure.
Elsewhere in the region, Athlone IT, Moate, Castlepollard and Kinnegad branches are also set to be closed.
The bank is entering into a new partnership with An Post to offer banking services at over 900 locations, with longer opening hours.
BOI Group CEO Francesca McDonagh says the closures are in response to customer demand.