HC Deb 29 November 1928 vol 223 cc620-1W

asked the Postmaster-General whether he has received any representations with regard to the post office facilities in Tynemouth; whether he is aware that the present facilities are inadequate and inconvenient; whether he contemplates transferring the post office to a more central position: and whether, before he comes to any decision, he will consult the local authorities as to the most suitable site?


In connection with the appointment of a new sub-postmistress it has been necessary to arrange for the Tynemouth Post Office to be moved to fresh premises slightly under 200 yards from the previous site. I have received no complaints on the subject.