Peat is harvested as an important source of fuel in certain parts of the world.
Paper £5 notes have been withdrawn from circulation as of .
After this date you can exchange them at the Bank of England in person or by post.
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They can be exchanged for new banknotes at the Bank of England, either in person in London or by post.
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