NatWest cash machines rock at Glastonbury 2002

NatWest cash machines rock at Glastonbury 2002

Revellers at this year's Glastonbury Music Festival will be able to withdraw cash free of charge from four on site cash machines installed by UK high street bank NatWest. The bank expects the machines to be the busiest in the UK during the four day duration of the outdoor music event.

NatWest is the only bank that provides free cash machines at the festival but any UK cash card holder attached to the Link network can use the machines free of charge.

The bank has this year doubled the number of cash machines it provides at the Glastonbury Festival to four from two and believes that use of the cash machines during the event will surpass that of the busy London rail stations, Piccadilly Circus and the country's busiest shopping street, Oxford Street.

It is estimated the machines will handle over 15,000 withdrawals over the four days and NatWest expects that festival goers will withdraw somewhere between £1.5 and £2 million, come rain or shine.

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