A high street bank has closed one of its branches in Norfolk for two weeks of refurbishments.

The HSBC in Mount Street in Diss has temporarily shut its doors while it undergoes a 15-day revamp, with plans to reopen on May 29.

The project will include internal building works, with painting, new signage and the installation of new state-of-the-art cash machines.

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Diss Mercury: The HSBC in Mount Street, Diss has temporarily shut its doorsThe HSBC in Mount Street, Diss has temporarily shut its doors (Image: Google)

George Hemstock, HSBC UK’s local director, said: “We continue to invest in our branch network to make our customers’ experience banking with us a good one.

“We have been talking to customers about the temporary closure for the last month and while we are having the work done people can continue to use their nearest Post Office for day-to-day transactions."

While the bank site remains closed, mobile and online banking will be available 24/7 and customers can call the HSBC contact centre.

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HSBC is hosting community pop-up events at St Mary's Church Hall in Mount Street to provide additional support.

These will take place on May 16 and May 20 from 10.30am to 3.30pm.

Customers can also continue to use other local branches in Bury St Edmunds and Norwich.