§ Mr. EDWARDS
asked the Postmaster-General whether his attention has been called to the need of a post office at Penmaen, near Blackwood, Monmouthshire; if so, what are his intentions; and, if no communication has been received, will he make inquiries as to the necessity, seeing there is a large population there who have to do all their postal business either at the extreme end of the Oakdale Garden Village, or at Blackwood, both of which are considerable distances away?
Sir W. JOYNSON HICKS:
I have received no previous request for the establishment of a post office at Penmaen. I am having inquiry made and will writs to the hon. Member.