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Travel and post office on the move

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Lincolnshire Co-op's travel branch and busy post office are heading to new destinations as they relocate to brand-new sites in the town.

Both outlets will be moving to Market Street, just a few hundred metres away from their current location in the Lindsey Centre, which is the subject of a major planning application to turn the site into a cinema and retail units.

Our Gainsborough Travel branch will be the first to relocate, moving into its new home on Tuesday 14th July.

Customers will be able to make an appointment to speak to the travel agents in branch or can book their perfect break away via video call.

Gainsborough Travel Manager Jo Sims said: “We’re excited about the move to Market Street and can’t wait to help holidaymakers find their dream destination.

“We hope to attract new customers who are eager to explore what Lincolnshire Co-op travel is all about.

“Because we’re independent and aren’t tied to any single tour operator, we have the flexibility to book from over 200 suppliers. We’re also bonded by ABTA and only use ATOL tour operators, so we offer that security too.”

The travel branch will open from 9am until 5pm every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday and from 9.45am until 5pm on Wednesdays.

Gainsborough Post Office closes at the Lindsey Centre on Thursday 16th July at 1pm. The doors of the new branch on Market Street open on Wednesday 22nd July at 9am.

The fresh-look post office will have four serving positions. There will also be a range of post office products and services available including business and personal banking.

Gainsborough Post Office manager Ben Edge said: “The team are looking forward to welcoming customers to our new outlet as we continue to provide a valued service for the town.”

The post office’s opening hours will remain the same from 8.30am until 5.30pm on Monday, 9am until 5.30pm Tuesday to Friday and 9am until 2pm on Saturday.

There will be social distancing measures in both branches including a limit on the number of customers inside, markings on the floor to encourage social distancing and screens at desks and counters.


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