Woolbrook residents 'pray' for Post Office
UPSET Woolbrook residents are praying they don t lose their Post Office as its future remains uncertain.
UPSET Woolbrook residents are "praying" they don't lose their Post Office as its future remains uncertain.
The Herald understands official receivers, with whom the future of the service now lies, will begin to consider what will happen to the premises next week.
Subpostmaster Sharon Fabry, who was drafted in from Ottery St Mary to keep the service going, is hopeful Woolbrook will keep Post Office services in one form or another.
She said: "We still don't know if we are staying or not. Everyone is very much behind us. This is a very busy office - I'm sure they (Post Office Ltd) would try and re-locate it nearby- if they can stay in Woolbrook they will. Fingers are crossed.
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