Delyn MP David Hanson will be among the speakers at this evening's meeting. He says the future of Wales' crown post offices needs to be protected.
I'm concerned about the impact the changes to the Crown Post Office might have for its staff and the local community it serves in Holywell, as post offices are often vital for local people.
People across North Wales really value their Post Offices and want to be able to access a range of services like motor vehicle licences, passport check and send services, bureau de change and to receiving appropriate advice and assistance for these documents.
So the announcement of changes by the Post Office raises the real prospect that these services may no longer be easily available to local people.
The UK government claim to have no planned closure programme, but this would seem somewhat like closure and reduction of services by stealth, so the government must answer how the future of the 20 Crown Post Offices branches across Wales are to be protected.
Holywell High Street has been struggling in recent years and the Post Office is a key attraction which draws people into the town centre. With superstores such as Tesco on the outskirts of the town, if the Post Office was to be lost from this location other local retailers would lose out.
There are ways to keep this office open and we're calling on the company to listen to the views of its staff and customers. We're urging as many local residents as possible to come along to this meeting to have a say in the future of their local services.
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