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06-Oct-2016 04:44

Britain is joining a list of more than 30 countries that already use plastic banknotes.

Innovia in Wigton, which prints the notes for other countries including Australia, was awarded the contract to make them, resulting in a multi-million pound investment in the Wigton factory.

One pound notes made using the same material, tyvek, were also printed on the Isle of Man for several years around the same time.

Even Australia's ultimately successful launch, using polymer, had its own teething problems, with an initial issue of its 1988 note ceasing within days after it was found that part of the surface could be scratched, according to

"Having to rely on other people or a device to identify bank notes just isn't the kind of independence and participation in community life that leads to dignity, equality and inclusion." The existing note will be progressively withdrawn from circulation in Australia.

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It is perhaps an apocryphal story, but one of the early mooted benefits of plastic banknotes in Australia was that surfers could head out to sea safe in the knowledge that they could suffer all the wipeouts in the world, but a banknote in their 'boardies' would survive.

The note, which will offer a greater autonomy to an estimated 360,000 blind or visually impaired people in Australia, also has new security features that will help protect against counterfeiting, including a "world-first clear top-to-bottom window".Wigton mayor Alan Pitcher said it is already putting the town on the map. As part of my duties as mayor I get asked about it a lot.If you go on holiday anywhere and mention plastic money, where it’s being made, people have heard about it. This is big.” He added that it is also really good for local people and the economy, bringing jobs and investment as well as national publicity.The Bank of England has decided to move away from paper banknotes to plastic money, which is seen as more durable and secure.However it has admitted that the coating on freshly-made notes can cause them to stick together, prompting fears people could accidentally end up paying twice without realising.

The note, which will offer a greater autonomy to an estimated 360,000 blind or visually impaired people in Australia, also has new security features that will help protect against counterfeiting, including a "world-first clear top-to-bottom window".

Wigton mayor Alan Pitcher said it is already putting the town on the map. As part of my duties as mayor I get asked about it a lot.

If you go on holiday anywhere and mention plastic money, where it’s being made, people have heard about it. This is big.” He added that it is also really good for local people and the economy, bringing jobs and investment as well as national publicity.

The Bank of England has decided to move away from paper banknotes to plastic money, which is seen as more durable and secure.

However it has admitted that the coating on freshly-made notes can cause them to stick together, prompting fears people could accidentally end up paying twice without realising.

Melbourne-based Mr Tyler said the idea was born after he noticed a disconnect between the public and our current notes.“It had been something I was working on throughout the year.