sub-post office


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sub-post office

n
(Commerce) (in Britain) a post office run by a sub-postmaster or sub-postmistress as a self-employed agent for the Post Office
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sub-post office

[sʌbˈpəʊstˌɒfɪs] nufficio postale secondario
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TWO men charged with robbery after an incident in a village sub-post office appeared before a judge yesterday.
SENTENCE has been adjourned on a woman who stole more than pounds 14,000 from a sub-post office and shop which she ran.
THE sentencing of a woman who stole more than pounds 14,000 from the sub-post office and shop she ran was adjourned to allow time for a cheque to clear.
Fred and Rose Voase, who are both in their 60s, were injured by two masked attackers who targeted the Wylam sub-post office in Northumberland early yesterday.
Councillor Lewis, who represents Penrhyndeudraeth on Gwynedd council, runs Siop Dewi, a general shop in the village's High Street and which also contains a sub-post office.
The business, which included the sub-post office in Grange Avenue, closed this month.
It is claimed that the sub-post office network is not viable and implied that the sub-post offices themselves would close down anyway.
Mr Patel took over the sub-post office in Jerusalem Street, in Rhymney, in May and has spent the last few months turning it into a convenience store.
Failure to adapt to the needs of their customers has clearly been a deciding factor in the death of the sub-post office.
Postal services are provided at Post Office Locals by staff on the main store counter, rather than a separate sub-post office area with dedicated post office employees and separate tills.
Post Office Ltd have now admitted that it is their central costs that they are worried about not whether each sub-post office is profitable as a shop.