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Kiosks, Plymouth

Volume 441: debated on Wednesday 30 July 1947

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71.

asked the Post-master-General what steps he proposes to take in order that telephone kiosks may be made available at suitable points on the Efford Housing Estate, Plymouth, in view of the fact that at the present time residents have, in an emergency, to travel a distance of anything up to three-quarters of a mile in order to call for the services of which they are in need.

One kiosk has recently been provided on the Efford Housing Estate, Plymouth, and arrangements are in hand to install two more. Other kiosks will be provided as the estate develops.