Are You Ready?



A recent survey revealed that in UK secondary schools, 35% of cash credits made at revaluation units consisted of £1 coins.

This equates to a taking of more than £5000 per month in £1 coins, in the average secondary school.

The new £1 coin will be introduced into circulation on the 28th March 2017. There will be a 6 month co-circulation period with the old £1 coin, but once this is over, the old, round £1 coin will no longer be accepted as legal tender.

Any coin handling equipment should be updated to accept the new £1 coin, including revaluation units.



Please Note: if you have not already had your revaluation units upgraded to accept the new £5 polymer notes, then you may also wish to have this done at the same time


Interesting letter from Michael Hales, Chair of our partners @LACA_UK keep up-to-date with the Healthy School Ratin…

It's beginning to look like Christmas at CRB Cunninghams #14ChristmasTrees #christmas2018

We are attending the @Bett_show in January! Register below and come see us at stand G260! #lunchandlearn #Bett2019

Interesting read from @EDUcateringmag covering the EDUcatering Forum that took place last week. The event focused o…

We are now taking orders for the CRB Cunninghams Christmas Kiosk, hurry while stocks last! #ChristmasCovered

RT @InchbyInchScot: "Scotland's child obesity problem could be greater than expected as researchers said weight calculations may be inaccur…

RT @EDUcateringmag: Taking a Scottish view on childhood obesity at the #EDUForum

£78m project led by computer maker Raspberry Pi aims to train 40,000 teachers #education #technology

Tuck in to new technology this January with CRB Cunninghams at the @Bett_show! With only two months to wait, we loo…

We are exhibiting at Stand E9 at the @Academies_Show today. Make sure to come and say hello this afternoon and see…

Related articles