Lloyds Bank in Aylesbury town centre reopened today (Wednesday) after undergoing a refurbishment.
The bank in Market Square is one of more than 1,300 branches across the country getting a ‘revitalisation’ following its split with TSB.
A representative from the Alzheimer’s Society, the Lloyds Bank charity for 2013, cut the ribbon at 9am.
The Aylesbury branch has been serving customers in the town for more than 150 years.
The new look provides a more welcoming and comfortable environment with improved access to branch staff.
The refurbishment has been inspired by the British landscape in the design at Aylesbury and local images and landmarks have been chosen to emphasis the bank’s role in the local community.
Bank manager Kevin Whiteley said: “We would like to say a big thank you to all our customers for putting up with the disruption during the refurbishment works.
“Branches are at the heart of how we serve customers and we are delighted to have made the improvements we have.”