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ASHTON UNDER LYNE    2 Branches
ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE    1 Branches
BANBURY    2 Branches
BARNSLEY    4 Branches
BEVERLEY    2 Branches
BIRKENHEAD    2 Branches
BLACKBURN    2 Branches
BLACKPOOL    7 Branches
BOLTON    1 Branches
BRADFORD    7 Branches
BRIDLINGTON    1 Branches
BRIGHOUSE    2 Branches
BURNLEY    2 Branches
BURTON UPON TRENT    1 Branches
BURY    3 Branches
CANNOCK    2 Branches
CASTLEFORD    1 Branches
CHESTERFIELD    1 Branches
CLECKHEATON    2 Branches
CLYDEBANK    4 Branches
COALVILLE    1 Branches
COLNE    1 Branches
COVENTRY    3 Branches
CREWE    2 Branches
DARLINGTON    4 Branches
DERBY    4 Branches
DEWSBURY    2 Branches
DONCASTER    3 Branches
DUDLEY    10 Branches
ELLESMERE PORT    2 Branches
GLASGOW    22 Branches
GLOUCESTER    3 Branches
GOOLE    1 Branches
GRANTHAM    2 Branches
GRIMSBY    3 Branches
HALIFAX    3 Branches
HARROGATE    2 Branches
HARTLEPOOL    2 Branches
HINCKLEY    1 Branches
HUDDERSFIELD    2 Branches
HULL    7 Branches
KEIGHLEY    3 Branches
KENDAL    1 Branches
KETTERING    1 Branches
KNOTTINGLEY    1 Branches
LANCASTER    2 Branches
LEAMINGTON SPA    1 Branches
LEEDS    56 Branches
LEICESTER    3 Branches
LEIGH    1 Branches
LINCOLN    1 Branches
LONDON    5 Branches
MACCLESFIELD    1 Branches
MALTON    2 Branches
MANCHESTER    1 Branches
MANSFIELD    1 Branches
MEXBOROUGH    3 Branches
MIDDLESBROUGH    6 Branches
NELSON    2 Branches
NEWARK    1 Branches
NEWCASTLE    1 Branches
NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE    1 Branches
NORMANTON    2 Branches
NORTHALLERTON    2 Branches
NORTHAMPTON    8 Branches
NOTTINGHAM    6 Branches
NUNEATON    1 Branches
OLDHAM    5 Branches
OSSETT    1 Branches
OTLEY    2 Branches
PETERBOROUGH    5 Branches
PETERLEE    1 Branches
PICKERING    2 Branches
PONTEFRACT    2 Branches
PRESTON    3 Branches
PUDSEY    1 Branches
REDCAR    2 Branches
RETFORD    1 Branches
RIPON    1 Branches
ROCHDALE    3 Branches
ROTHERHAM    4 Branches
SCARBOROUGH    2 Branches
SCUNTHORPE    2 Branches
SELBY    1 Branches
SHEFFIELD    14 Branches
SHIPLEY    2 Branches
SKIPTON    1 Branches
ST. HELENS    1 Branches
STAFFORD    3 Branches
STOCKPORT    2 Branches
STOCKTON ON TEES    5 Branches
SUNDERLAND    2 Branches
SUTTON IN ASHFIELD    1 Branches
TAMWORTH    3 Branches
TODMORDEN    2 Branches
WAKEFIELD    2 Branches
WARRINGTON    1 Branches
WELLINGBOROUGH    2 Branches
WHITBY    1 Branches
WIDNES    1 Branches
WIGAN    1 Branches
WORKSOP    1 Branches
YORK    1 Branches

Format of Yorkshire Bank Sort Code

Yorkshire Bank or any banks in UK Sort code is a six-digit number, is usually formatted as three pairs of numbers, for example 12-34-56.

The Structure is-

0

5

X

X

X

X

Identify Bank

Branch Location

  • 05 - First two digits is bank code. Any Yorkshire Bank Sort Code start with 05.

  • XXXX - Next four digits is an unique identifier number that specifies the particular bank branch location.

  • * In some cases the first digit of the UK sort code identifies the bank itself.

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    General Information About UK Bank Sort Code


    What is UK Bank Sort Code?

    A UK SORT Code is a six-digit numerical code, which is used to identify the particular UK bank branch location of the bank where the account is held. The allocation of sort codes is managed by Bacs Payment Schemes Limited (BACS). UK Sort codes are encoded into International Bank Account Number (IBAN), but are not encoded into Business Identifier Codes (BIC).


    Structure of the UK Sort Code

    UK Sort Code is a six digits unique code & this code is formatted into three pairs which are separated by hyphens, as an example: 12-34-56. The first 3 digits is bank code & last 4 digits is an unique identifier number for the particular bank or financial institution branch. This code identifies both the bank / financial institution (in the first two digits or in some cases in the first digit) and the branch where the account is held.


    Example: Breakdown of UK Sort Code

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    Identify Bank

    Branch Location


    Where are UK Sort Codes used?

    UK Sort Code is used to recognise where a payment originates & confirm it is being sent to a valid bank/financial institution and verify that institution can accept the payment type. The sort code is also used to route the payment to the correct organisation and identify who will settle the payment. It is therefore essential to the functioning of the payment systems.