HC Deb 09 November 1893 vol 18 c532
MR. LOGAN (Leicester, Harborough)

I beg to ask the Postmaster General if he is aware that, during the past two years, representations have been repeatedly made to his Department from a public meeting, and by individuals, with reference to the inadequate postal accommodation at Aylestone, a suburb of Leicester, containing about 5,500 inhabitants, where the first delivery is completed about 10 a.m., and the last, collection made at 6.45 p.m.; that the only answer so far given to the complaints of the inhabitants has been that inquiries were in progress; and if he can state when the inquiries are likely to be completed, and improved postal facilities granted to that district?


A revision of the Outdoor Postal Service at Leicester is about to take place, under which it is proposed to afford an improved service at Aylestone, providing for accelerated and additional deliveries and collections of letters, including a later evening collection (at 10 p.m.).

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