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Proposal to restore Post Office service for Atherstone residents

THE Post Office are proposing to re-open the branch in a new location in Atherstone

They are proposing to re-open the branch in a new location – Frozzone, which is at 14-16 Church Street, Atherstone, CV9 1HA

This change is part of a major programme of modernisation taking place across the Post Office network, the largest in the history of Post Office Ltd.  The Programme is underpinned by Government investment and will see up to 8,000 branches modernised and additional investment in over 3,000 community and outreach branches.

What will this mean for customers?

  • Post Office services will be offered from a till on the retail counter in a modern open plan branch
  • Longer opening hours
  • The majority of Post Office products and services will still be available
The Frozzone store where it is proposed to site the Post Office

The Frozzone store where it is proposed to site the Post Office

Consulting on the proposed new location

The Post Office are now starting a 6 week local public consultation and would like you to tell them what you think about the suitability of the proposed new location.  Before they finalise their plans, they would really like to hear your views on the proposed location, particularly on the following areas:

  • How suitable you think the new location and premises are and how easy it is to get there
  • Are the new premises easy for you to get into and is the inside easily accessible
  • Are there any other local community issues which you believe could be affected by or affect the proposed change
  • If the move were to proceed is there anything we could do to make it easier for customers

You can share your views on the proposed move through our easy and convenient new online questionnaire via the link below. When entering the site you will be asked to enter the code for this branch: 23420599 postofficeviews.co.uk

Dates for local public consultation:

  • Starts – 5th October 2017
  • Ends – 16th November 2017
  • Proposed month of change – Jan/Feb 2018

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