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Lydney Post Office

Volume 149: debated on Friday 16 December 1921

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asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware of the medical reports on the insanitary condition of the post office at Lydney; whether he will state the wording of the Report made in January last; whether he is able to fix the date when the repairs alleged by him to be necessary will commence; and the reason for the neglect to consider the health of the staff and the convenience of the public?

I am aware of the conditions prevailing at the Lydney Post Office and of the medical reports on the subject. The question of remedying the defects to which the medical officer drew attention has been in hand for some time. The plans are now ready, and an effective start will be made with the building work early in the new year.