Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Bank of England announced that Old £10 note to disappear next year



If you still have any old £10 notes, make sure you spend them before 1 March next year.

 
The Bank of England has announced that the old paper notes, featuring naturalist Charles Darwin, will no longer be legal tender after that date.


Its days have been numbered since the new polymer tenner, depicting author Jane Austen, entered circulation in September.


But the old note can still be exchanged by the Bank after the cut-off date.


Threadneedle Street says polymer, also now used for the £5 note featuring Winston Churchill, is more durable and cleaner than paper notes.




BBC     News.