Although the programme of Post Office branch closures has reduced in recent years, the move to the 'local' system of combining an existing self-standing branch into a local mini-market or other shop to the detriment of the established Postmaster, who loses his livelihood, continues unabated. (See This is Money)
This A4 poster was spotted recently in a local church hall. I have no idea when it was produced, or where. But it is quite clever. Does anybody know if actual 'stamps' were produced? They would be cinderellas, of course, but they would be quite collectable!
UPDATE 31 May 2015
It was reported in the GBPS Newsletter 303 as having appeared in Private Eye for 27 Oct–9 Nov 2006. And from the 'comments' below (thank you Adrian):
Not sure about the bottom left, but the other post offices (clockwise from top left) are:
1. Ludford, Lincolnshire
2. Hixon, Staffordshire
3. Clovelly, Devon
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