Ian Lucas

Your Labour Member of Parliament for Wrexham

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Have your say on Rossett Post Office

If you live in Rossett, there's good news about a new Post Office service.



Under the plans, set out by the Post Office to me this week, a service would run from the Presbyterian Church on Station Road in the village every Friday from April 6. It will run from 10.3oam to 12.30pm and a wide range of Post Office services are expected to be available.

The new changes are part of a Hosted outreach service, which the Post Office are aiming to run until a permanent solution can be found.

It is welcome news that a Post Office service is returning to Rossett – it will be the first since the closure of the Spar store in the village in October.

I am also pleased to hear that the Post Office have recognised that they need to look for a more permanent base in the village. I have written to them asking for more detail on their current plans, and making clear my view that a permanent base would be the most sustainable solution.

If anyone else has any views on the proposal, I would be happy to hear them - and to pass them on to the Post Office so we can secure better services for Rossett.

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