Wokingham Post Office

I have sent a letter to the Post Office telling them that many constituents wish to see the current Post Office counters remain open. I have urged them to consult not just on the range of services they could provide through  a move to a local shop, but also on whether the idea of a move is a good one in the first place. We do not wish to lose the current facility to replace it with a worse one. There is space in the current building to expand the Counters, and tackle the queues.

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2 Comments

  1. Alan Jutson
    Posted December 19, 2018 at 9:15 am | Permalink

    Most businesses would like queues of customers, as more customers usually means more income, more profit, more growth.
    Unless of coarse they think they are not up to the challenge, which if this is the case, they need a new leader or CEO.

  2. Christopher Curtis
    Posted December 20, 2018 at 9:35 am | Permalink

    In a time when Wokingham is going through unbelievable expansion, why on earth does the hierarchy of the Post Office deem it necessary to close a thriving business? I would suggest it should be the Post Office senior management which needs to close!

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