Ulster Bank To Introduce New £5 And £10 Notes

The Ulster Bank is to introduce new plastic £5 and £10 notes in Northern Ireland in 2019.

Production is to begin later this year and designs are to be unveiled in the coming months, according to the bank.

Lita Notte from the Ulster Bank said: "We will be delighted to issue new banknotes, which are an important part of our business heritage and the economy of Northern Ireland.
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"Our theme Living In Nature will showcase the creativity, passion and interests of people right across Northern Ireland.

"They are a unique demonstration of what matters to those who live and work here in Northern Ireland."


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