HC Deb 29 March 1927 vol 204 c1072W

asked the Postmaster-General if he will grant the necessary facilities to the post office situated in that part of Anlaby Parish, near Hull, known as Anlaby Park, where the population is over 2,000 and where the residents are chiefly Hull business people who find it a serious inconvenience to be so far away from full post office facilities, being unable to obtain money orders, licences, or send telegrams at this post office?


I am arranging for the extension of money order and licence facilities to the Anlaby Park Sub Post Office. Having regard, however, to the small number of telegrams likely to be handed in at that office, I regret that I could not at present justify the expense which would be involved in the provision of facilities for handing in telegrams.