HC Deb 11 March 1926 vol 192 c2630W
Sir W. de FRECE

asked the Postmaster-General how many post offices in this country have been closed down in each of the last three years; in how many cases the postal services of two towns have been amalgamated; and in how many of the latter instances the postal designation has been altered?


The number of post offices in England and Wales closed during the three years in question was 57, 27 and 32, respectively. Information regarding the last part of the question is not readily available.

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