By the end of the 1960s, the Bank
has nine university branches, housed in a variety of building styles. York
University Branch starts life as one of the mobile branch caravans in the grounds
of the University. At Bradford
however, let’s hope the more left-wing students do actually approve of having a bank
Bank produces leaflets like the one shown here, for students attending just
about all of the universities in England.
The larger Northern towns and cities such as Bradford often shave
several branches of Martins including one at the University. Bradford has a
choice of SIX branches, at which students will be made welcome,
allowed to bank without charges, and to receive help and advice on managing
their money, from the Bank’s staff. Each leaflet is tailored to a
particular town or city, and also contains general information about the
Bank, and also some of the services it offers to its customers.
Leaflet images ©
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