It is now easier for residents and customers of Chipping Sodbury to find cash in the High Street.

Since the close of Natwest near the monument earlier this year there has been no 24-hour cash point.

There has been a big call from business owners on the High Street to re-install a cash point so that they can stop the fall in trade.

Recently South Gloucestershire and Sodbury Town Councillor Rob Creer has been in contact with Coventry Building Society to get assurances over their commitment to remaining in the town, whilst also revealing he s pushing for a new ATM instalment.

"At a recent Sodbury Town Council meeting I raised this issue," Rob said.

"I requested that the Town Council explore the option of installing a cash point in the Clock Tower building.

"Feedback on this idea has been very positive however there are a lot of hurdles we need to get past before we’ll know if this is possible."

Now though, the Chamber of Commerce alongside Cllr Creer and STC has published a map that shows where cash be accessed.

The new map has been posted in a notice board by the Tourist Information Centre at the Clock Tower and shows where customers can get cashback on the street.

Andrew Webb, joint Chamber Chair revealed they hope it will help keep people spending money in the area.

"We hope this map will help ease the problems visitors are having getting cash when they visit the town since the Banks withdrew all of their machines," he said.

"However we will continue to work to get a 24hr access machine installed back into the town and we will update the map when more businesses facilitate cashback."