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Changes to Tarvin Post Office

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Plans are now finalised and our "new look" Post Office will open on Thursday 28th April at 1300.
To make this happen the Post Office will close at 17:30 on Monday 18th April. So you need now to think about making alternative arrangements.

During this period the Post Offices in Ashton and Boughton on the Christleton Road will be the nearest offices to provide the services.

 

New Opening Hours
Monday to Saturday 07:00 to 20:00
Sunday 07:00 to 12:00

There will be some services that Tarvin Post Office will no longer offer. The majority of services will still be available however including the acceptance of Royal Mail international letters,parcels up to 2kg and printed papers up to 5kg.
There are a small number of transactions that are more complex or manual, paper based transactions like Parcelforce Worldwide International Parcels that may require you to go to an alternative Post Office such as Boughton.

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