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If you have a personal or business account, you can pop into a branch, use a cash machine or head to your nearest Post Office.
To find your nearest Yorkshire Bank, use the branch locator below. Please note, some of our branch hours have changed given the impact of the Coronavirus situation – updated hours are reflected in the branch locator.
As well as check your balance and withdraw cash, at ATMs you can:
With a Yorkshire Bank account, you can carry out a number of banking transactions at Post Office Branches across the country. Such as:
Some Post Office branches can’t accept cash deposits over £2000. If you want to pay in more, call into the Post Office first and ask if they can accept it.
To use this service, you need to have completed an application form and been approved. Contact your Relationship Manager to help you arrange this. For further information on any of the services, please view the Post Office terms & conditions.
What you’ll need to take with you
Use the Post Office's own locator tool to help you find the one nearest you.
Whilst Scotland enjoys a bank holiday on 4th January 2022, it’s a normal processing day for us. And so please make sure you have enough money in your account, as payments due between 1st and 4th January 2022 will be taken on Tuesday, 4th January.Continue to Yorkshire Bank Internet Banking as normal
Never tell anyone a token 3 response code, even someone from the bank. You should only input these codes to our secure Business Internet Banking service when you’re sending and making payments. If anyone calls and asks for a token 3 response code or asks you to authorise a payment on the App for fraud checks, hang up and call us on 0800 085 2914 from another line if possible, remember the Bank will never ask you to disclose your security details.Continue to Virgin Money Business Internet Banking