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Eaton Bray Post Office and Village Stores

Posted on February 10, 2007

This article was published in February 2007. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

We would like to thank everyone for their continued support in 2006 and wish everyone a happy and peaceful 2007.

Just a reminder of things that are available at the post office counter:-

For people who have moved in recently we are a car tax office. Leaflets about car insurance are available on the counter. There is also a £5 Post office stamp which is great help to save towards car tax.

Bureau de Change

We can supply a wide range of currencies; when ordered before 2pm, they are in the office the next day by 11.30am. These are commission free. From early Spring we will be an on demand office for Euros.

Banking at the Post Office

Cash can be drawn with a cash card; cash and cheques can be deposited all free of charge. The following bank accounts can use this facility:- Abbey Basic, Nationwide Flex Account, Barclays Current, Co-op, Smile, Cahoot, Lloyds TSB, Alliance and Leicester, Clydesdale and Bank of Ireland. Special envelopes are available for depositing cheques.

Gift Vouchers

Gift vouchers are available to buy. A list of shops etc. where they can be exchanged is on the counter.

Postal Orders

Postal Orders are now printed at the counter and are available from 50p to £250 plus fee. They can be crossed to be equivalent to a cheque. A safe way to send money with no bank details.

Bill Payment

Most household bills can be paid with us. Council rent plus Council tax, phone bills including BT, gas, electric, water and home shopping. The £5 saving stamp can also be used to save for these bills.

We also have a wide range of beautiful birthday cards etc. and don't forget the very good special offers in the shop!

Source: Focus, February 2007

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