With Post Office closures in the news again (though strangely none of the Post Offices in the Palace of Westminster are facing the axe…) I’ve seen a few people ask, “but is it worth campaigning against the closure of my local Post Office? Don’t closures always go ahead?”
So here’s a reminder of why campaigning is worthwhile and how you can save a Post Office:
AGAINST all odds, defiant campaigners have helped save the Connaught Road Post Office in Harborough from being axed.
A leaked document seen by The Mail revealed Post Office bosses were to announce at 10am on Friday that the branch had been given a reprieve.
Never-say-die protesters from across Harborough have campaigned for months to convince them that the popular Connaught Road branch should be saved. [Harborough Mail]