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Nomadic post office moves to new car park

PUBLISHED: 13:10 24 September 2009 | UPDATED: 17:11 25 August 2010

A TEMPORARY post office has been relocated from one car park to another because its new premises was not ready in time.

A TEMPORARY post office has been relocated from one car park to another because its new premises was not ready in time.

The post office was operating from the car park at the rear of Morrisons in High Street, Welling and the original plan was to relocate to their permanent place in the same street.

But renovation work needs to be carried out in the supermarket's car park before the new office is ready.

The post office started operating from the Nag's Head Lane car park Last Thursday.

This will continue for an unspecified time.

The post office's new home is not expected to be completed until Spring 2010.

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