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MP To Visit Tattenhall Tonight

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MP Antoinette Sandbach will be at Tattenhall Post Office TONIGHT (31st July) between 6pm and 6:15pm.

She will receive a petition from Ruth McPhillips of the WI. The petition was created to demonstrate the depth of local opposition to the proposed move of the Post Office from its current location at Pluto House to a counter service at the Budgens store.

Those of you who wish to come along to show your support for this petition are most welcome to attend.

Antionette has been a powerful advocate in her support of this proposal and of the bus fiasco regarding the pupils who are to attend Heber High School in September. It would be a good opportunity to meet our new MP.

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