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Hello from LLLovely and your local Post Office!

Over the passed 20 months I have been trying to re-establish a post office within our local community, and hope to continue to do so for many years to come.

I have been reviewing the hours of work and have decided to make a minor change with the closure times, moving them from 5.30pm to 5.00pm. This last half hour is a quiet period, and as such I feel that it is not a necessity.

But don't worry! If you do struggle to make it before 5.00pm I will likely still be around closing up.

Thank you again for the support!

Megan Goode, Proprietor
Lllovely Fine Chocolates & Ice Cream
Unit 1, 11 Cheshire Street
07854410250
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