Barclays will be shutting down yet another branch as the bank claims less than 10 customers use it regularly.

A notice has been put up regarding the closure for Barclays in Kingsbury Road, next to Kingsbury station, which is set to close on November 10.

The notice reads: “Back when we opened this branch, visiting us in person was one of the only ways to do your banking.

“Now, as there are lots of ways to manage your money without even leaving your home, we’re seeing many customers choosing to bank using our app, and online or telephone banking.

“This has had a big impact on the number of customers coming to see us.”

Barclays said that 92 per cent of people who used the branch have also banked using the app, online and by phone in 2021.

According to the bank, less than 10 customers use the branch regularly as the only way to do their banking and 32 per cent of customers have used other branches near the area in the last 12 months.

While the Kingsbury branch will continue to operate until the closing date, customers are being referred to neighbouring banks in Station Road, Edgware, and Station Road, Harrow.

Last year, Barclays closed 184 sites across the UK, and back in July it was estimated that 156 sites are set to close in 2023.