The search for the best Post Office branch in Britain

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The search is on for the best Post Office branches in the country, whether big or small, in town or countryside. Voting forms and a voting box are on the counter at Audlem Post Office and you can vote throughout this month. Your voting form could also win you £500 in a prize draw.

All you have to do is grade the service you receive at the Post Office — are the staff polite and friendly; is the service excellent; do you get told about new products and services; do you get extra help when you need it and is the branch clean and tidy. There is also space to say why you think your branch should win and special awards will be given to branches that have done something special for you as a customer or for the local community or charity. Voting is a great way to support your local Post Office and, possibly, win £500.

 

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