HC Deb 05 October 1909 vol 11 c1842

asked the Postmaster-General whether his attention has been called to the fact that the inhabitants of the large district around the Reelin Bridge, Cloughan, East Donegal, have their letters delivered to them about 9 a.m., and have no means of replying to them that day unless by special messenger to Cloughan, over two miles distant; and whether he will take steps to have a letterbox placed at the Reelin Bridge and cause the postboy to clear it each evening, and thereby save the people loss and inconvenience?

Captain NORTON

My right hon. Friend is having inquiry made on the subject.