Two closed Bank of Ireland branches in Kerry to reopen

Bank of Ireland says two of its four closed branches in Kerry will reopen at the end of the month.

Castleisland and Killorglin branches will open for advice and self-service banking on June 29th but will not provide a counter service for customers.

Bank of Ireland says ATMs at the reopened locations will also be accepting cash and cheque lodgements.

Ballybunion, which was damaged in a storm in January, and IT Tralee, which was closed as part of the bank’s response to COVID-19, will not reopen.