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tenner

A ten-pound note.
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Animal fat will be included in the make-up of the new tenner - this caused controversy among vegetarians when the new PS5 notes were launched.
tenners reach the venue CLAY a very slow surface designed by the French and Czechs to win
Astonishingly, many pro clubs baulk at even paying the tenner, claiming the kids were out of registration with their youth clubs when they moved.
As well as being the only note to have an image of a woman other than the Queen, the tenner is the first to have raised dots to let the blind and visually impaired identify it.
CASH GIVEAWAY: What recipients do with their tenners is all-important
GAINING POUNDS: Pupil Roy Beard with a handful of tenners at the Excelsior Academy launch
COPS doled out a pounds 50 fine to a man who S dropped a tenner in the street.
HAPPINESS: Lucky readers who received money included Malcolm Bailey, of Sefton, left' Shirley Small, of Rainford, and John Irving, of Croxteth' NO JOKE: Jane Parry and Ben Nair handed out tenners to readers Pictures: TONY KENWRIGHT
The Bank of England issued its first tenner in 1759 during a gold shortage.
The Make Your Mark With a Tenner venture is supported by Andrew Reynolds, patron of The Prince's Trust and founder of The Entrepreneur Channel.
LOVELY LOLLY: Alexis Bedford is all smiles Pictures: TRACEY O'NEILL' MY LUCKY DAY: Trish Regan from Gateacre nets a tenner' NOTE-ABLE DAY: One of the ECHO reps shows the colour of her money
CASH FLOW: Lynsey McDelland, left, and Emma Worrall with the fake tenners Picture: JASON ROBERTS