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Banks – first Hedon “Yorkshire Puddin’ Awards” of 2010

YORKSHIRE DAY 2010 in Hedon was an undoubted success. However, there was one ‘downer’ on Sunday 1st August.

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There are only three automated teller machines in Hedon town centre, and none of them were working at 7pm on Sunday evening! Each seemingly had a different fault but the result was the same – no cash!

Those planning to celebrate Yorkshire Day and buy from the local stalls in the Market Hill fête area – or indeed visit the local pubs – may have been left without money to spend on this occasion.

This reveals just how vulnerable small towns and villages can be in cases like this with reliance on just a few bank machines.

So for this reason HSBC plc and Lloyds TSB (both have announced massive pre-tax profits in the UK this week) each get the Hedon Blog’s first “Yorkshire Puddin’ Awards” of 2010!

1 thought on “Banks – first Hedon “Yorkshire Puddin’ Awards” of 2010

  1. It shows the danger of depending on automation and assuming it will work all the time. Is such a level of failure beyond the probability of accidental?

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