People in Spilsby fear the closure of the last remaining bank in the town will have a big impact on tourism, businesses and the vulnerable people in the community.
Lloyds Bank today confirmed its Spilsby branch - the only bank in the town - will close on 12 November.
It's being blamed on the changing way people bank, which means the branch is being used less often.
Keziah Wood, deputy mayor of Spilsby, said a mobile branch would visit the town every two weeks but the nearest bank is now in Skegness.
She said: "It's very disappointing. There's a lot of older people in Spilsby who don't do internet banking. It's just another thing that we have got less of.
"They want to build more houses here and the infrastructure is just not there to support it. Two times a week for a mobile bank to come - people need to cash their money from businesses every day.
"It has a knock on effect for everyone - not just businesses and banking."