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By Neil Price, Co-Editor

January 10, 2016:

The post office is under threat
After the Market has been given up, now is the time for the Post Office.
Unlike the market, Post Office Counters ltd. is still in public hands! Chairman Tim Parker, CEO, Paula Vennells. Please write to them address below. Not to be confused with the Royal Mail which this government has sold off!! I would like to know what is happening to this side of the operations.
It is up to the people of Hatherleigh to fight this Public consultation which ends on 18th February 2016. The list of services provided by Post Office Counters is here
The Proposed date of the move is April/May
People to contact:-
Our local MP Mel Stride, Con Email: mel.stride.mp@parliament.uk Telephone: 01392 823306
Postofficeviews.co.uk comments@postoffice.co.uk tel 03457 22 33 44
Please write to Tim Parker chairman and Paula Vennells Chief Exec Post Office Ltd, Finsbury Dials, 20 Finsbury Street, London EC2Y 9AQ.
Writing is best please use the post office to send a letter to Tim and Paula and copy Mel Stride
Documentation Chris and Jean's Letter Code of practice Letter from Post Office counters ltd The Shedule



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