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1927: Extra banking facilities

The Clockhouse

Lloyds Bank Limited announce that a Sub-Branch of the Bank will be opened at The Clock House, Cuckfield, on Monday, July 18, under the supervision of Mr PS Woods, Manager of the Haywards Heath Branch. The subscribed capital of this bank is £73,302,070, the paid-up capital £15,810,252 and the reserve fund £10,000,000. Deposit, current and other accounts at December 31, 1926, were £847,653,458 and advances £191,757,510. The Bank has over 1,700 offices in England and Wales, and several in India and Burma, and customers have the advantage of using any or all of these offices for their business connections.

The Bank also has agents and correspondents throughout the British Empire and in all parts of the world, and is a large shareholder in the following banks with which it is closely associated: The National Bank of Scotland Limited, Bank of London and South America Limited, Lloyds and National Provincial Foreign Bank Limited, the National Bank of New Zealand Limited, Bank of British West Africa Limited and the British Italian Banking Corporation Limited.

Mid Sussex Times, 12 July 1927.

Contributed by Malcolm Davison.

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