The currency used in the UK is the pound sterling (£).
It is subdivided into 100 pence (singular: penny).
A pound is the equivalent to approximately 73 rupees. (please check exchange rates for current rate)
To provide you with a gauge - the average annual wage earned by a full-time worker in the UK is £25,123.
The pound is available numerous denominations in the note and coin form. Coins start as small as 1 pence and notes are available up to £50.
Table of denominations available:
PLEASE NOTE: Scotland and Northern Ireland have their own design of banknote which can be used throughout the UK, they are available in the same denominations as the notes above but are slightly different in appearance.
People in the UK tend to carry some amount of cash with them to make small purchases, such as food & drink. Usually this would not exceed £50, please see the Heath & Safety section for advice about carrying money.
Links will be placed here for places where you can exchange your money