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New Manthorpe sub-post office opens seven days a week




A new sub-post office opened today and will offer a wide range of services seven days a week.

The new branch at ‘Today’s News,' Rushcliffe Road, Manthorpe, offers customers a wide range of services, from posting letters and parcels to collecting and returning online shopping items.

Customers can also take advantage of a wide range of banking services including cash withdrawals and balance enquiries for customers of all the main UK banks.

The new branch aims to offer even more convenience to customers by extending the availability of services in the area. The new branch joins Princess Drive, Grantham and Dysart Road branches in bringing vital services to the area.

Rushcliffe Post Office (2290567)
Rushcliffe Post Office (2290567)

Ezra Nadasen, post office network operations manager said: “We want to make it as easy as possible for customers to pay their bills, withdraw cash and send and collect their mail at a time and place that suits them best. We know how important our services are to customers."

Councillor Ray Wootten, local county councillor for Grantham north ward was invited to cut the ribbon and post the first letter at a short ceremony.

He said: “A post office is an integral part of the community.

"It will be welcome addition to the town and a big boost for the community in Manthorpe. It will draw many people in."

Rushcliffe Post Office (2290574)
Rushcliffe Post Office (2290574)

Post Office services will be offered from a low-screened, open-plan counter that is integrated into the retail counter, enabling customers to carry out a wide range of Post Office transactions alongside retail purchases.

The new Post Office services are available seven days a week throughout the store’s opening hours: Monday – Saturday: 7am - 9pm; Sunday: 7am – 8pm. This offers customers an impressive 97 hours of Post Office service a week, making it very convenient for customers to visit.



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