During the first and second day of opening after the New Year (2 and 3 January) there were about double the usual number of customers in this branch.
In the second week, we're now at about 30% or 40% more customers each day.
Around 80% of them want to withdraw euros.
But we've been able to avoid long queues because we'd taken on three extra staff members to deal with the arrival of the euro.
We had no reports of serious problems from our customers who run shops.
We'd given these shopkeepers a "euro check-up" last year to find out how much they'd need and we were able to distribute what they asked for.
We punch holes in the franc notes more or less as soon as we take them in.
We have a pair of workers in the basement vault making holes in the notes before they're taken off to the Banque de France.
So on the whole I can say the changeover went as we expected it would."