Saturday June 6, 2020

Old £20 notes no longer accepted by British retailers

Irish people planning trips to Britain have been advised to check their holdings of sterling cash for old £20 notes before they travel, as they might not be able to spend them.

3rd July, 2010

Irish people planning trips to Britain have been advised to check their holdings of sterling cash for old £20 notes before they travel, as they might not be able to spend them.

Shops and businesses in Britain are no longer obliged to accept the old £20 note, which features composer Edward Elgar on the back and is worth round €24.The Bank of England began withdrawing these notes from circulation last week, ending a three-year changeover...

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