AN ANGLESEY village’s post office is set to be relocated and modernised.
Adrian Wales, Post Office regional network manager for Wales, announced the new branch would open at McColls on Cemaes Bay High Street on Wednesday, October 2.
He said: “We understand how important having a post office is to residents in Cemaes Bay and we are confident that this new modern branch will make it easier for our customers to do business with us and also secure services for the future.”
Mr Wales said the relocation was part of a three-year investment programme that would see around 6,000 branches converting to the new open-plan Post Office Local format.
The new stores have an open plan counter with Post Office products and services available alongside retail transactions during shop opening hours.
Customers will be able to withdraw cash from partner banks, access their Post Office card account, and use financial and travel services, as well as traditional mail.
He added: “The investment marks a commitment to no more branch closure programmes.”
Opening hours at the new location will be 6am – 9pm (Monday to Saturday) and 7am – 9pm on Sunday.
The store will be closed from midday on September 28 for renovations.
The nearest Post Office is on Salem Street in Amlwch.