Post Office to hit the road to provide service to Walton Highway, Magdalen and Marham
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A mobile Post Office service is to extend its postal coverage in order to serve a number of communities which have been without a Post Office.
Post Office Ltd is restoring Post Office services to Walton Highway, Magdalen and Marham with a mobile service on Monday January 25 using a Post Office vehicle which currently operates in Upwell.
The Post Office services in Magdalen and Marham have been closed for some time, and Walton Highway closed in September last year.
Beginning at the end of this month, Upwell Postmaster Pam Salmon has agreed to extend the town’s current service to accomodate those communities without service.
The mobile will visit Walton Highway on Monday and Thursday 9.15 to 10.15am, with its stop to be located outside the old Post Office, St Pauls Road North, Walton Highway, PE14 7DN.
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Magdalen will receive visits on Monday and Thursday 10.30 to 11.15am. The stop is close to Wiggenshall St Mary, Magdalen Church, Chase Road, Magdalen, Kings Lynn, PE34 3DQ.
Marham will be served on Tuesday and Wednesday 10.45 to 11.15am. The stop is close to Marham Chinese Take Away, Hillside, Marham, King’s Lynn, PE33 9JJ.
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Post Office Field Change Advisor Wendy Hamilton, said: “We understand how important having a Post Office is to residents in rural communities and we are delighted to be restoring services to Walton Highway, Magdalen, and Marham and maintaining the mobile services to other rural communities.
“These changes are part of a major investment programme, the largest in the history of the Post Office, which marks a commitment to no more branch closures programmes.”