Ulster Bank Announce New Vertical Bank Notes

Ulster Bank has announced the introduction of two new vertical polymer banknotes, which will enter circulation in 2019.

The new £5 and £10 notes are based on the theme 'living in nature' and will feature Strangford Lough, Brent geese, Lough Erne, the Irish hare and Guelder-rose shrubs.

The notes will replace all of Ulster Bank's paper notes when they enter circulation in 2019 and will contain enhanced security features.
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They are currently entering production and the bank is working with vendors and retailers to ensure that machines can accept and use the notes when they are released next year.

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