New £10 note

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New £10 note

Postby expressman33 » Wed Sep 13, 2017 9:52 am

The New polymer £10 note comes into circulation tomorrow ( 14th Sept 17)

Don't forget to spend any old £1 coins before 15th Oct 17 - so check piggy banks and back of the sofa

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Re: New £10 note

Postby Bruce » Sun Sep 24, 2017 4:39 pm

Will anywhere (e.g. banks and Post Offices) take the old £1 coins after 15th October? I'm still receiving them in change from a parking meter at my local shopping centre.

I try to avoid cash as much as possible these days and rarely carry any coins on my person. Just a few annoying places that still insist on cash.
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Re: New £10 note

Postby William Joseph » Sun Sep 24, 2017 4:51 pm

Bruce wrote:Will anywhere (e.g. banks and Post Offices) take the old £1 coins after 15th October? I'm still receiving them in change from a parking meter at my local shopping centre.

I try to avoid cash as much as possible these days and rarely carry any coins on my person. Just a few annoying places that still insist on cash.
Most Banks will still take them not sure about Post Office. But my guess is they will. Normally banks will expect you to have an account before they change them for you. They will just not be able to be used in the shops.
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Re: New £10 note

Postby Denant » Sun Sep 24, 2017 4:54 pm

Bruce wrote:Will anywhere (e.g. banks and Post Offices) take the old £1 coins after 15th October? I'm still receiving them in change from a parking meter at my local shopping centre.

I try to avoid cash as much as possible these days and rarely carry any coins on my person. Just a few annoying places that still insist on cash.

Sadly this is the way that we are being led,small businessess do not get a good a card transaction deal as the big boys so for them cash is the best way forward still, people who don't manage their accounts well will go overdrawn especially when they don't want receipts to check against statements,as for £1 old coins i'm sure that like the old £5 banks will change them for you,if you still have a bank that's not a coffee shop/pub or charity shop.
Nothing personal just putting my 2p worth in ....
I do carry more change than that though :thumbup:
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Re: New £10 note

Postby Luke_PieStalker » Sun Sep 24, 2017 5:08 pm

I understand peoples concerns - i think the best thing to do is to send all unwanted currency to myself and i will take responsiblity for disposing of it.

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