You are able to jump onto a plane, arrange a pint in a bar and sit down for a three-course meal together with friends — but seeing your bank following lockdown is proving tricky.
Countless branches which closed throughout the peak of the pandemic have to innovate and tens of more have started for just a portion of their past hours.
Queues of people waiting to deposit cheques or to draw cash formed external branches before closing time past week.
Approximately two,280 bank and building society branches and seven,200 cash machines closed between April and June, according to information in the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Payments Systems Regulator.
About 48 Barclays branches stayed closed a week, combined with 38 branches of both RBS and NatWest,