There will be no post office services in Garvald Village Hall, on Thursday 5th May, as the Hall will be the local polling station for the elections.
With very late notice, the Post Office will not be in Garvald Village Hall on Thursday 24th March.
Normal service will resume next week.
From Thursday 14th January, the Post Office in Garvald Village Hall will be open between 9.15 – 10.15am.
The post office will not be open on 24th & 31st December 2020.
Normal service will resume on 7th January 2021.
As of Thursday 21st November, the Post Office will operate from 10-12am.
A reminder that the mobile Post Office visits Garvald Village Hall every Thursday 9.30-11.30. As part of this outreach service the Post Office accepts all mail and provides banking facilities for most high street banks (deposits and withdrawals, bill payments for council tax and rent).
A reminder that there is a outreach Post Office service in Garvald, operating from the village hall on Thursday mornings from 9.30 to 11.30am.
Chris and Lorna are giving up the Post Office at East Linton at the end of February, but Chris will continue to operate the service after this date, as temporary Postmaster, until a new Postmaster is found. There should be no break in the service during the transfer so please come along and make use of the Post Office whenever you can.
Apologies for the short notice but Chris Park will not be able to attend the Garvald Village Hall Post Office on Thursday 21st January, due to a funeral. The Post Office will be open as normal the following week.
Chris Park, the new Postmaster of Garvald Post Office, would like to remind you that he offers a wide range of postal services in the Village Hall on Thursday mornings from 09:30 to 11:30. It’s a very useful facility to have on our doorsteps, so why not come along soon and make use of the Post Office to post all your Christmas parcels and buy your stamps.
A message from Christopher Park:
Due to the ISDN connection being inactive we have been unable to provide the outreach Post Office service the last two Thursdays. We have now got BT involved to fix the problem and hope to be back as normal next Thursday. Thank you for your patience and we look forward to seeing you in future.
Chris and Lorna
East Linton Post Office