The two branches in Shropshire are part of 197 Natwest and 62 RBS outlets being shut down by Royal Bank of Scotland.
The mobile bank (not to be confused with mobile banking) travels around Scotland's most rural areas and allows account holders the chance to sit down and bank with a human being, instead of a touch screen or ATM.
The cuts represent a loss of two-fifths of RBS branches in Scotland, which will fall to 89.
The NatWest in Newport will close next May.
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RBS, still 72 per cent owned by the taxpayer, hopes to limit the number of redundancies to 680 by redeploying the remaining staff.
An RBS spokesperson said more customers are choosing to do their everyday banking online or on mobile, and since 2014 the number of customers using branches had fallen by 40 per cent, with mobile transactions increasing by 73 per cent over the same period.
The bank said it was seeking to manage job losses on a voluntary basis and keep compulsory redundancies to a minimum.
"We know that not all of our customers are comfortable or familiar with using online or mobile banking, so we have created a new specialist taskforce of NatWest TechXperts who will be dedicated to supporting our customers with training and support with digital skills until the branch closes".
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The group said it was "committed to ensuring our customers and communities are able to continue accessing high quality banking services", pointing to its fleet of mobile branches and contract with the Post Office.
Trade union Unite called the cuts "savage", with national officer Rob MacGregor saying: "This announcement will forever change the face of banking in this country resulting in over a 1,000 staff losing their jobs and hundreds of High Streets without any banking facilities". Why is the Government signing off this alarming branch closure program?
RBS insisted it is providing customers with "more ways to bank than ever before". In March, RBS announced the closure of 158 sites, with 500 job losses.
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