Cllr Jon Hubbard

Wiltshire Councillor for Melksham South

Serving the community across Melksham

Plans to move Melksham's Post Office to new premises on Bank Street have been delay and the service is to remain at the existing Church Street location for the time being.

No reason has been given by the Post Office for the delay with a short letter being sent to the Town Council from the Francise Project Manager simply saying that the opening will not be taking place.

The text of the letter simply states:

"Further to my letter of 4 February, which confirmed our decision to proceed with the move of the above Post Office branch to 6-8 Bank Street, Melksham SN12 6LG, I am writing to let you know that the opening has been delayed.

"The branch will not be moving on Friday 2 May 2014 and Post Office services will continue to be offered from the existing location in Church Street for the time being.

"We will ensure customers are kept informed by posters in the branch and will write to you again once we have an update on the plans for the move."

Local Councillor Jon Hubbard is writing to the Post Office to ask for clarification on what is happening with this important town service. Jon commented "Melksham cannot be left in limbo on this. We need to know what is happening and residents deserve to have the assurance that there are long term commitments to maintaining the Post Office in Melksham Town Centre. We cannot allow false speculation to develop on this and must have answers from the Post Office."

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