HC Deb 05 April 1950 vol 473 cc155-6W
110. Mrs. Middleton

asked the Postmaster-General in which towns of Great Britain, central post offices were damaged beyond repair by enemy action during the war; and in which of these plans for rebuilding or replacement have been approved, the work of reconstruction is being carried forward or has been completed, respectively.

Mr. Ness Edwards

The towns are Aldeburgh, Newmarket, Exeter and Plymouth. At Aldeburgh a new head post office has been completed, at Newmarket one is under construction, at Exeter and Plymouth plans are being prepared.