Re: £10 notes
Originally Posted by Emjay
It depends what denomination they are. £50 and £20 have not been changed yet. It is the £5 and £10 that are no longer valued. But as said in this thread, they can still be changed in the bank
Yes Emjay, but will that still apply if Bruce waits until next year?
I would have thought there was a time limit.
P.S. Apologies Bruce, I have just found this:
All Bank of England banknotes keep their face value for all time. If your local bank, building society or Post Office is not willing to accept these notes, then they can be exchanged with the Bank of England in London.
I live abroad and want to exchange withdrawn banknotes. How do I do this?
You can only exchange banknotes at the Bank of England in London. You can either do this in person during business hours, or by post.