Published on 6 February 2020
 
LINK, the UK’s main ATM cash machine network, announces three new free to use ATMs; in the historic town of Battle, Caldwell in Nuneaton and the Lanarkshire village of Gartcosh.

These form part of LINK’s wide-ranging financial inclusion programmes to protect free access to cash for consumers across the UK and full details of each site can be found below

New free-to-use ATM goes live in Battle

New free-to-use ATM goes live in Caldwell

New free-to-use ATM goes live in Gartcosh

In October, LINK launched a new website allowing communities to request help directly from LINK for support for free access to cash. For requests for a free-to-use cash machine, if it meets the criteria which includes distance to nearest free ATM, availability of a Post Office, site security and that there is a suitable location, LINK will fund the new ATM directly. The details can be found at https://www.link.co.uk/consumers/request-access-to-cash/

Celebrating the new ATM in Battle - (L-R)

Helen Baker (President of the Battle Chamber of Commerce)

Ian Vernon (LINK Head of Commercial Initiatives)

Glenna Favell  (Mayor of Battle)

Huw Merriman MP

Kathryn Field (Councillor - Rother District Council)

Paul Redstone (Local Activist)

Paul Baker (Owner of The Crafty Norman)

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