Photo: more snow pics - first of Whiteshill, second looking up to Randwick from Cashes Green, third and fourth looking across to Selsey
nef believes that the Post Office should be grown into a national banking system that delivers stable, accessible and dependable services to the public and businesses. It stands to be one of the best guarantees of underpinning local economic and community resilience, promoting financial inclusion, allowing people to invest and save with confidence and security building on a much needed and far reaching national network.
The Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR) is asking people to submit their opinions of the future of the Post Office Network. BERR needs to hear that the future of the Post Office Network is not a matter of narrow, short-sighted measures of cost-effectiveness, but of supporting vibrant thriving communities.
The Government has set up an online forum in order to consult the public about their views on the future of the Post Office Network. nef are asking folk to express your support for a strong Post Office Network which strengthens local economies, improves community life supported by a People's Bank. Join the forum here.
See also local Green party comment today on the news that National Savings & Investments (NS&I) is to deprive tens of thousands of its savers of the right to deposit their savings at the Post Office - see here.