Village planning Post Office protest
Villagers are planning to take to the streets to protest about the threatened closure of their post office.At East Runton , a marching band, Postman Pat and a crop of campaigners are planning to turn out on May 3 to show their support for their post office.
Villagers are planning to take to the streets to protest about the threatened closure of their post office.
At East Runton , a marching band, Postman Pat and a crop of campaigners are planning to turn out on May 3 to show their support for their post office.
It is part of a day of action organised by MP Norman Lamb for the four threatened North Norfolk branches fighting closure plans.
The day was discussed at a packed Runtons annual parish council meeting where more than 150 people turned out to support the village branch.
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Parish councillor Mike Ashwell said that the number of people who went to the meeting surpassed their expectations.
There were many elderly people who would not be
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able to get to the next
nearest post office in Cromer if the East Runton one closed, he said.
“There is disbelief that the Post Office should want to close down a thriving business, which has been here for a long time and it is well supported,” he added.
District councillor John Perry Warnes, who was
at the meeting, afterwards urged protesters to write individually to the Post
Office and the prime minister, and tell them
how inconvenient it
was going to be for the elderly.