Image captionFish and chip shop worker Billie Cockerill said her shop is getting its first card machine because people are carrying less cash
Billie Cockerill works in a fish and chip shop in the constituency. "Its noticeable that there are fewer cash machines nearby but people's habits are also changing.
"I'd say in the last year I've been really surprised by the the number of people coming in and wanting to pay by card.
"We've been running this shop for over 20 years and in the next couple months we're getting our first card machine because people are just carrying less cash".
Major city centres such as Glasgow, Cardiff, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds have more than 15 machines per 10,000 residents, with more than 60 per 10,000 in the centre of London.
Greater use of contactless card payments, extra regulatory costs and more people choosing to use online banking services are all reasons why local bank branches and cash machines have disappeared from local high streets.
The ONS reported in August that more than two-thirds of people now use the internet to access banking services.
According to UK Finance, the body that represents banks, the number of debit card payments in 2017 made by consumers, was for the first time greater than the number of cash payments.
Some experts though have been left concerned by the large drop in the number of banks and cash machines in small geographical areas.
"There are many people still reliant on traditional banking services who are at risk being financially excluded by this alarming rate of branch closures" said Gareth Shaw from consumer group Which?
"While banks should ensure there are alternative banking facilities in the area, we're told by consumers that these options simply do not offer the full range of services or convenience that a dedicated branch does."