A prominent former bank building in a Suffolk town centre remains on the market despite a big fall in asking price. 

The former Barclays bank in Market Hill in Sudbury first came onto the market in February with an asking price of £675,000. 

However, in March the price tag was reduced by £100,000

The property, which is being marketed by Birchall Steel remains up for sale. 

The banking giant closed down its Sudbury branch in July 2023, as more people used online resources to do their banking. 

The mayor of Sudbury described the bank closure as a "very sad day" for the town. 

Speaking at the time of the closure, a Barclays spokeswoman said: "Our customers’ behaviour has changed significantly in recent years, with the majority now choosing online banking."

Birchall Steel has said the building has potential to create six flats and two bedsits within the upper parts of the bank – although no formal planning applications have been made.