In the Scalby/Newby area there are 2 banks and 3 building societies. Barclays is only a daughter branch and does not provide a full range of services. It was established in 1965 and has 3 employees. The National Westminster Bank was established in 1971 and employs 5 people. The Scarborough Building Society, founded in 1846, has its headquarters at Scalby, where 60 people are employed. The Society has 20 branches, 7 of them in Scarborough. The Halifax branch is run by solicitors and was established in 1979-80 employing 6 people. The Abbey National office, established in 1976-7, employs 2 people. It also caters for people from Whitby seeking withdrawals from accounts.
Map of the area
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