Which? has announced the locations of its UK-wide video booth tour, beginning on 9 May, to capture consumers’ views on banking reform as part of our work with the Independent Commission on Banking (ICB).
The tour will take place ahead of the joint event titled ‘Which? – Your Voice for Better Banking’ taking place in central London on the evening of 24 May. The video booth and the event provide an opportunity to consult consumers on the ICB’s recommendations for banking reform for the UK Government, due to be submitted in September 2011.
Video booth locations
The booth will be visiting the following four cities:
- Monday 9 May – Buchanan Galleries, Shopping Centre, Glasgow
- Wednesday 11 May – Blackpool South Pier
- Thursday 12 May – St David’s Shopping Centre, Cardiff
- Friday 13 May – Kings Cross St Pancras station, London
Your Voice for Better Banking
Visit a video booth at your nearest location and share your own views on banking, which we will in turn share with the ICB.
The event on 24 May is free to attend and will be hosted by broadcaster Paul Lewis. Event attendees will be invited to vote on what banking issues they believe are important, to explore motivations behind switching bank accounts and how overall services could be improved. Light refreshments will be provided.
Over to you
We’ll be tweeting the exact location of the booth each day so be sure to follow Which? Action if you’d like to get involved. Can’t visit the booth or attend the event? Share your views on Which? Conversation.
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