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Lloyds chief heads to Highlands after mobile banking complaints

A Highland village is awaiting the arrival of a major banking group’s “ambassador for Scotland” to air their grievances about a mobile bank which has replaced branches in remote areas.

Philip Grant, chairman of Lloyds Banking Group’s Scottish executive committee, based at the bank’s headquarters at the Mound in Edinburgh, is to visit the village of Bonar Bridge in Sutherland later this month.

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