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Sub-Offices, Bristol

Volume 149: debated on Friday 16 December 1921

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asked the Post-master-General whether he has considered the possibility of securing important economies, with many practical advantages, by the abolition of certain sub-offices under the control of the postmaster of Bristol: whether he is aware that in the Bedminster area three of the five town sub-offices could be abolished without inconvenience; and whether he will consider the closing of the offices at Bedminster, St. John's, the Chessels, and Raleigh Road, leaving Bedminster, West Street, to be improved, and replacing Bedminster, North Street, by a modern office, higher up the thoroughfare, which should be more suitable to modern requirements?