She went on to say, 'A local post office is an essential service for people who haven't got their own transport, or who find public transport difficult to use. We want Darnall to flourish and this isn't helping. Royal Mail might be saying they are doing all they can to reopen the local post office service in Darnall but we would like them to do more and we hope they will be at the meeting to explain how things are going. Officers from the City Council, who have been working hard with local councillors and MP Clive Betts to resolve the situation, will certainly be there,' she added.
The meeting will take place at the Living Waters Centre, 81 Main Road, next-door to the former Industry public house. It starts at the later time of 7pm. Previous community meetings have begun at 6.30pm.
Other items on the agenda will be updates for local residents and traders on
- the proposed redevelopment of Darnall Centre
- the parks in Darnall,
- the Mather Road Pavilion and nursery development,
- the plans for a new health centre,
- and the health impact assessment carried out as part of the consultation to decide what services will need to be delivered there.
The minutes of the last meeting can be found in the archive of posts for November. They are also on the East Community Assembly website.