§ Mr. R. McNEILL
asked the Postmaster-General if he is aware that there is no telephone exchange at Lyminge, Kent, and that applications have been made without avail to the contract manager in Canterbury; and, in view of the fact that neighbouring villages similar in population and character to Lyminge enjoy telephone facilities, he will take steps to remedy the inconvenience caused by the lack of such facilities in this village?
§ Mr. ILLINGWORTH
I am having inquiry made as to the possibility of opening a telephone exchange at Lyminge, and will communicate with the hon. Member as soon as possible.
§ Lord H. CAVENDISH-BENTINCK
asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that an annual charge of £19 6s. and a surcharge of £84 is made for the use of the telephone at Enham Place, near Andover, which is used as a place of training and treatment for disabled soldiers; and can this charge be modified?655W