Over one hundred people attended a meeting in Collooney last night in response to the impending closure of AIB Bank closure in the town.
A wide range of people from all sections of the local community and surrounding areas attended the meeting.
Members of the I.F.A. including Eddie Davitt and Collooney Enterprise Boards expressed their concern over the closure of the bank.
A committee has now been set up and a meeting is being arranged with the Manager of the AIB in Sligo.
The committee also plan to lobby local councillors are going to be lobbied on the issue and a petition has been set up and is available to sign in shops around the area
Community activist, Thomas Healy is calling on the county manager to put a blue print in place for the essential need for a bank in Collooney.