HC Deb 15 July 1924 vol 176 c204
43. Mr. NIXON

asked the Postmaster-General if he is aware that the post office accommodation at Wellington, Salop, is inadequate; that previous to the War it was decided to remove the post office to larger premises, but, owing to the War, the matter was postponed; and, seeing that the town has grown considerably, will he now take steps to provide a larger and better post office in the town?


The need for a new post office at Wellington, Salop, is fully recognised, and provision for the new building has been made in the current Revenue Buildings Estimates. A site has been acquired, and it is hoped to make a start on the building work this year.