Ballyhaunis, Charlestown and Kiltimagh are the branches of Bank of Ireland set to close in Mayo.
In total, Bank of Ireland is closing 88 branches in the Republic, and 15 in Northern Ireland.
The branches, due to close by the end of September, are described by the bank as "mainly self-service which don't have a counter service".
It says they all have a post office within 500 metres on average.
The bank is entering into a new partnership with An Post to offer banking services at over 900 locations, with longer opening hours.
Midwest News was joined by representatives of the three Mayo communities affected by these closures.
The President of Ballyhaunis Chamber of Commerce Tom Forde, the CEO of IRD in Kiltimagh Joe Kelly and Charlestown-based Sinn Fein councillor Gerry Murray gave their views.