The Royal Bank of Scotland’s branch on The Moor in Sheffield is set to close.
Bosses say the number of transactions at the branch has dropped by 19 per cent over recent years, with customers now banking online.
The branch is set to close on March 23.
Customers who prefer to do their banking over the counter can use the post office to withdraw cash, check balances, and make deposits frees of charge.
There is also an RBS branch on Church Street.
The RBS cash point will remain on The Moor.
A spokesman said: “Our branches are still very important to us and we’ll continue to have one of the largest branch networks in the UK.”