Post Office Consultation Campaign Heats Up

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Cotswolds MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown today spoke of the sheer level of opposition to Post Office closures following the series of public meetings he held across the Cotswolds. “I have been inundated with correspondence from concerned constituents, as have all the Councillors who helped me at the meetings”

Mr Clifton-Brown is preparing an individual response to the consultation for each Post Office and is urging people to keep on writing hard hitting evidence based opposition to the Post Office and the Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform and to himself.

As the consultation period draws to a close on Monday 17th March Mr Clifton-Brown says it is essential for all affected residents to keep up the pressure.

Mr Clifton-Brown is looking forward to joining residents at the mass stamp buying event at Cirencester Post Office at 10.00 am on Saturday 8th March. “This event will clearly show the Post Office the folly of their plans. I will be there to show my solidarity with residents and ensure a successful show of opposition passes without incident”

Source: Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP (Cotswold)

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