David Evennett reveals new Post Office

Mr Evennett revealed the updated store along with Dinker Patel, the owner, his wife and St Michael's ward Councillor Ray Sams.

Mr Evennett revealed the updated store along with Dinker Patel, the owner, his wife and St Michael's ward Councillor Ray Sams.

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Bexleyheath and Crayford MP David Evennett has officially re-opened a post office in Welling after it underwent a face-lift.

He cut the ribbon on May 16 after the store received investment, new service windows and improved retail facilities.

Services will also be available for 16.5 hours a week longer.

The branch itself staying open Monday to Saturday between 9am and 5.30pm and the Post Office service will be available at the retail counter between 8am and 6pm and on Sunday between 9am and 12pm.

Mr Evennett revealed the updated store along with Dinker Patel, the owner, his wife and St Michael's ward Councillor Ray Sams.

He said: "Post offices are an important part of the local community, which is why I campaigned against Labour's programme of closures in our area.

"I am delighted to see the new facilities on offer to the public and congratulate Dinker on the fantastic work he has done."

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6:25pm Tue 27 May 14

paulbexleyheath says...

good old david .
he really earns his large salary dosnt he.................N
OT
good old david . he really earns his large salary dosnt he.................N OT paulbexleyheath
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9:16am Wed 28 May 14

MsChevious says...

Indeed Paul. Whenever I've emailed him about why he's abstained from particular votes in the HoP he's always said he was 'too busy' doing important things like showing groups of Scouts round Westminster or opening a fete. Not being funny, but isn't representing your constituents kind of your primary job and everything else should be fitted in around it?!
Indeed Paul. Whenever I've emailed him about why he's abstained from particular votes in the HoP he's always said he was 'too busy' doing important things like showing groups of Scouts round Westminster or opening a fete. Not being funny, but isn't representing your constituents kind of your primary job and everything else should be fitted in around it?! MsChevious
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