HC Deb 23 November 1966 vol 736 cc314-5W
134. Mr. Currie

asked the Postmaster-General whether, in the interests of the safety of pedestrians using the narrow roadway at the side of the post office in Donoghadee, County Down, which roadway has no footpath and is used by Post Office vehicles and other traffic, he will now authorise the resiting of the Dona-ghadee Post Office.

Mr. Joseph Slater

There has been no change in the circumstances since the previous Postmaster-General wrote to the hon. Member about this matter last January: and, for the reasons then given, I should not be justified in moving the Post Office.