HC Deb 19 June 1924 vol 174 c2324

asked the Postmaster-General if, having regard to the fact that Wastwater, in Cumberland, is the most natural and popular centre in England for fell climbers, and that in the event of an accident there is neither telegraph or telephone services by which to summon medical aid, he will have inquiries made as to the most reasonable terms upon which his Department would be willing to extend either of these services to Wasdale Head, which lies at the foot of Scaw Fell?


I will make inquiry in the matter, and if an extension of either of these services to Wasdale Head is practicable, I will communicate the terms on which it could be provided to my hon. Friend as soon as possible.

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