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NatWest Leeds City Office

Branch Address

  • NatWest Leeds City Office
  • 8 Park Row
  • Leeds
  • Yorkshire And The Humber
  • LS1 5HD
  • +44-3457888444
  • Sort code: 60-60-05

Normal Opening Times

  • Monday: 09:30 - 16:30
  • Tuesday: 09:30 - 16:30
  • Wednesday: 10:00 - 16:30
  • Thursday: 09:30 - 16:30
  • Friday: 09:30 - 16:30
  • Saturday: 09:30 - 13:00
  • Sunday: Closed

Core Services

  • Cash machine (ATM): You can withdraw cash at NatWest Leeds City Office.
  • On Demand Currency: Yes, NatWest Leeds City Office sells pre-packed Euros and US dollars. However, you will not get the real mid-market exchange rate, so be sure to check how much you could save by using a multi-currency account instead.
  • Transferring money: For international transfers, check whether you'd get a cheaper deal with Wise.
  • Paying in cheques


  • Wheelchair Access

Could you save yourself a trip?

If you're looking to open a open a NatWest bank account online, or if you sometimes need to keep other currencies for trips abroad, you might consider opening a multi-currency account with Wise. You can hold money in more than 50 currencies and even get local account details.


Is NatWest Leeds City Office open on Sunday?

No, NatWest Leeds City Office branch in Leeds is closed on Sundays. See the full opening hours.

You could also try the NatWest mobile banking app, which allows you to change your address, view pending transactions, and make payments.

How much do NatWest Leeds City Office charge for international money transfers?

To send Pound Sterling (£) to a foreign currency account abroad, you'll typically only pay NatWest a fee (of £15) is the transfer is urgent. However, you're also likely to incur fees from both intermediary and recipient banks, plus a markup above the real exchange rate - note this inflated rate is not always made clear. The NatWest fees are listed here.

You may find you could get a better deal by using Wise (formerly TransferWise). This will give you the same exchange rate you’ll find on Google: the real mid-market rate, which offers more value for you. And there’s only a simple fee to pay, stated up-front.