The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: August 2015
And so the decision has been made and today the following notice was posted in Tattenhall Post Office.
'Following a period of review and consultation, a decision has been made to proceed with the move of this Post Office branch. We can confirm that the new branch will open (in Budgens) on Thursday 22nd October 2015 at 13.00. the present branch will close at 17.30 on Wednesday 21st October'
In a letter to the hundreds who wrote to the Post Office giving their views the Post Office acknowledged that they had received a large number of responses and a petition from customers and local representatives during the consultation period. They say that this has helped them to understand customers' concerns and to make sure that all such information will be taken into account as they finalise their plans.
Those who attended the Parish Council meeting and those who signed a petition or wrote to the Post Office will be upset at the decision and will hope that they really have listened to their representations
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