MSP Seeks Limekilns Premises for Post Office Services

Bill Walker has reassured Limekilns residents that he will inform the Post Office if suitable premises for a restored local service become available. The Dunfermline MSP has also asked local businesses to let him know if they can offer an alternative location for the Post Office formerly based in Main Street.

Mr Walker said: “Limekilns villagers have been without a local service since October 2011, following the resignation of the subpostmaster and withdrawal of the premises for Post Office use. This vacancy is still being advertised on the Post Office website, which is Read more of this post

Post Office Committed to Culross Services

The Post Office has affirmed its commitment to restoring services in Culross. Responding to an enquiry by Dunfermline MSP Bill Walker, the National Consultation Team advised that a search is underway for suitable new premises.

Mr Walker said: “Culross residents have been without a branch for some weeks following the resignation of the postmaster and withdrawal of the premises. Read more of this post

Post Office Returns to Kingseat

The MSP for Dunfermline has welcomed confirmation that Kingseat Post Office, previously located in Main Street, will reopen on the 19th September in the Wee Shop at 13 Henderson Street.

Bill Walker MSP said: “The people of Kingseat will be relieved to have a Post Office again, after the previous sub-post mistress’s retirement led to the loss of this vital service. This very welcome development means Kingseat residents won’t have to travel to Dunfermline to access a Post Office. Read more of this post

Future of Post Office

SNP MSP Bill Walker has expressed concern over the UK Government’s written statement, released yesterday, about the future of the Post Office network. Read more of this post

SNP’s Bill Walker Warns About Costly Ofcom Proposals

Dunfermline SNP MSP Bill Walker has warned about the costly effects new Ofcom proposals for Royal Mail may have on rural Fife. Read more of this post