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Banks

HSBC

Forder House, 20 William Prance Rd, Plymouth PL6 5WR, UK – 0345 740 4404

Excellent

Lloyds Bank

337 Southway Dr, Plymouth PL6 6QR, UK – 0345 300 0000

Staff not always helpful

Only used the ATM... Always open

NatWest

38 Morshead Rd, Plymouth PL6 5FH, UK – 0345 788 8444

Convenient and accessible edge-of-town location (good free parking nearby); staff are efficient and always extremely helpful; often have to queue (it's a popular branch!)

Excellent

Building Societies

University of Plymouth Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry

John Bull Building, Plymouth Science Park, Research Way, Plymouth PL6 8BT, UK – 0345 155 8109

Cannot praise them enough..great students and supervision. Recommend their services

I hate dentists appointments. Thus why I haven't been to a dentist in over ten years, but I found the Peninsular dental school excellent. I required root canal work and found it relatively painless, I even found that at some points I was falling asleep, the work was that painless. The students are professional, hard working and have a good eye for detail. Yes the treatment takes longer than a normal dentist, but if you can get the time to be treated by them, you wont be disappointed. If I had gone to a normal NHS dentist, they would have removed my tooth, but here, they need the experience, so took time to save my tooth. Glad they did. I'll be back for treatment this term. They treat people over the school and university term from September to around May time, so if you need treatment, get on the waiting list and hopefully the will treat you at the beginning of the new term, plus of course the big bonus is that if you cant afford treatment, they do it for free. A great help if your unemployed or on a low income. Thank you to you all there for helping me.