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Telephone Service, Bridgend

Volume 464: debated on Wednesday 27 April 1949

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asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that there is a grave shortage of telephones in Bridgend, Glamorganshire; and for what reason Mr. Jack Powell, bookmaker, of 12, Dunraven Place, Bridgend, was recently granted three new lines.

I regret that it is not possible at present to provide telephones for all applicants in Bridgend; some are held up through lack of line plant and others owing to the heavy pressure of essential work now on hand. No lines have been provided for Mr. Powell, but I understand that he has arranged with certain subscribers to use their lines.

Is there an official list of priorities arranged in occupations which applies equally to all exchanges?

There is a list of priorities which goes to all exchanges throughout the Kingdom.