The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: July 2015
Ruth McPhillips, President of the Tattenhall WI, has been instrumental in not only galvanising local support but spearheading a petition to save our beloved Post Office on Tattenhall High Street.
On Friday evening, 31 July, MP Antoinette Sandbach visited Tattenhall to receive a quite colossal petition in support of the Post Office remaining in Pluto House. A crowd of enthusiastic supporters greeted our new MP outside of Pluto House. Ruth McPhillips is shown presenting the petition to Antoinette.
Our MP again emphasised that she is completely committed to supporting the community of Tattenhall in retaining this much loved institution, the hub of our community and one of the key elements in the vibrancy of our High Street.
Our MP is also seeking clarification on the procedural process, requesting how and when the Post Office advise us of the results of the consultation process and, of course, the verdict in the context of our Neighbourhood Plan, that Tattenhall is a designated 'key centre' and ensuring the continued vibrancy of our High Street.
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