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Facilities, Clitheroe

Volume 155: debated on Thursday 15 June 1922

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asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that letters posted in pillar boxes in Clitheroe for Accrington and the towns and villages adjoining Blackburn, places only 9 to 12 miles from Clitheroe, are not delivered until the morning of the next day, practically 24 hours to deliver letters a distance, at the most of 12 miles; that a very great inconvenience is experienced by business men by such an inadequate service; and whether he will take the necessary steps to establish a greatly improved service?