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Also see below for all the Building Societies around Your Postcode with their contact details. Just click through to go to a map, street views, reviews and a link to their own websites.

Banks

HSBC

38 High St, Dartford DA1 1DG, UK – 0345 740 4404

Been banking here since it was Midland Bank 25 or so years ago. Staff are always friendly and queues are not too bad.

TSB Bank

U111, West Mall, Bluewater Retail Park, Dartford DA9 9SS, UK – 01322 799998

I've found the staff to be super friendly and helpful, they know the products TSB sell well and have always managed to answer any questions I have asked them. Paying in cash is simple despite the branch having no counter service as a automated deposit ATM is available along with another 24hr cash machine in the lobby.

Barclays Bank

62, Bluewater Park, Upper Thames Walk, Dartford, Greenhithe DA9 9SQ, UK – 0345 734 5345

Usually a small queue. Friendly staff. Plenty of ATMs

Building Societies

Nationwide

7-9 Hythe St, Dartford DA1 1BE, UK – 0800 554 0673

The Nationwide website is basically fine - there are few difficulties in using it and it is generally accessible 24/7. If I had a criticism it would be that it has so many adverts on it that speed of access is sometimes reduced - as you wait for the ad to load before you reject it. While I understand the bank's enthusiasm for advertising it's products to its customers, I do occasionally think that a simple switch to block adverts that customers see repeatedly would be a good idea (as well as a good selling point!). Some of us simply want online access to our accounts with options to choose other services rather than a continuous barrage of products - many of which we have no interest in.