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4 The Green, Kings Norton, Birmingham
An Evening Branch was opened at 4 The Green, Kings Norton, on Friday, January 2nd 1925. The branch was open on Friday Evenings 18:30 to 20:00, in the front room of a charming house [that] dates back to the sixteenth century, and is an interesting old building in an excellent state of preservation*
 
The cost of renting the room was 7/6d (37-pence) per week.
 
Business levels were low, as illustrated by the statistics shown at the bottom of the page.
Deposit balances were also low:
 - March 31st 1925: 347
 - March 31st 1926: 1,831
 - November 30th 1926: 2,408
 
In either 1927 or 1928, the above hours were amended to 18:00 to 19:30
In 1929, they were amended back again - Fridays 18:30 to 20:00
 
The branch was closed and business transferred to Cotteridge branch on June 27th 1931.
 

(*Britain's First Municipal Savings Bank)
1929 photograph of the branch at 4 The Green
 
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 Deposits
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Repayments
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Transactions 
 New
Accounts
Renewed
Accounts 
Closed
Accounts 
 Jan 1925 
148 
 
181 
61 
 
 
 Feb
 125 
150 
 
 
 Mar
162 
17 
169 
 
 
 Apr
314 
104 
 
 May
208 
21 
170 
 
 
 Jun
76 
103 
 
 Jly
146 
119 
150 
 
 Aug
104 
33 
87 
 
 Sep
111 
128 
12 
 
 Oct
128 
67 
166 
10 
 
 Nov
91 
94 
121 
 Dec
 29 
29 
50 
 
 
 Jan 1926
239 
44 
167 
10 
 Feb
136 
55 
168 
 
 
 Mar
153 
22 
149 
 
    Totals:
2,170 
522 
2,063
156 
3
23 
    Net Accounts:
 
 
 
136 
 
 
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