Too mark the 250th anniversary of Lloyds Bank, Farnon Books in association with LGU, have arranged for a special limited edition of Lloyds Bank- A Pictorial History with Text and Staff Anecdotes to be issued. Originally published in 1989 this special commemorative edition has been revised and brought up to date. The published price is £20 plus postage and packing. However for a limited period the publication can be obtained for the special price of £14.95 (post free in the UK). Please email for international price.

Lloyds Bank History

Purchase Price £14.95 Inc P&P

Chapters include:

Origins of banking * Banking after 1826 * Development of Lloyds Bank * Lloyds Bank International * Bank Chairmen * Directors and General Managers * Blists Hill Museum * Cox and Co * Second World War * Branches * Machines and Computers * Staff Memories * Bank Staff * Training * Sporting Activities * Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II * Bank Celebrations * Retirements * Did You Know? Important Dates and Events * Staff List 1902 * Thanks for the Memory * Roll of Honour * Family Tree * Index

In 1765 Taylors and Lloyds opened its first branch, but where?

If you don’t know the answer our Lloyds Bank Pictorial History can help. It provides information about the bank and its staff over the last 250 years. It’s refreshing to see the people behind the Bank, the “Ordinary” bank clerks, who are celebrated in Richard Hart’s new book. Pictures and text deal with the day-to-day life in the bank. Take a look at how times have changed since 1765. Alongside the portraits of bank chairmen we see sports teams and training courses. There is plenty of detail to please the historian. The Bank could not have achieved this milestone without the support of its staff.