The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has decided to close five branches in Fife, Scotland due to changing customer habits.
The closure will affect branches in Elie, Aberdour, Crail, Kelty and Newburgh between August and September.
An RBS spokesperson said: "We have made the decision following careful consideration of a wide range of factors including branch usage and the alternative ways our customers can bank with us locally.
"Our customers are increasingly using alternative ways to bank with them such as online and mobile banking."
The bank, which is still 79% owned by the UK taxpayer, has closed branches in Lundin Links, East Wemyss, Thornton and Markinch in 2014.
The spokesperson added: "We are writing to all of our customers who use the branch, as well as displaying posters in branch to let them know of the closure.
"Between now and the closure date, we will engage with all of our customers, local businesses and the wider local community to make sure they are aware of the alternative ways of accessing their banking with us in the local area, and to answer any questions they might have."