§ Sir H. Morris-Jones
asked the Postmaster General whether he can expedite 59W the transmission of letters within the Principality of Wales, in view of recent instances brought to his notice where much inconvenience has been caused by letters between Denbigh and Cardiff taking three days, and similarly three days as between Aberystwyth and Denbigh?
Letters posted in time for the forenoon collection in Denbigh should be delivered next morning in Cardiff and letters posted in Cardiff for Denbigh in the early afternoon should be delivered first post next morning. Letters posted in time for the evening collections in both Denbigh and Cardiff should be delivered in the afternoon of the next day unless addressed to a rural area when they should be delivered early on the second day. Letters posted in Aberystwyth in the early afternoon should be delivered in Denbigh the following morning and the service from Denbigh to Aberystwyth is similar to the service from Denbigh to Cardiff. I am, however, having the arrangements examined to see that the scheduled connections are regularly made.