During the Coronavirus outbreak it may be necessary to make temporary arrangements from time to time to try to ensure that there can still be a Post Office in the village each week. During the first lockdown period the Parish Council arranged for a mobile Post Office van to visit the village whilst the church was closed.
DURING THE NATIONAL LOCKDOWN THAT COMMENCED IN JANUARY 2021 is it still possible to use the Seward Room at the church and the Post Office should be there each Friday: from 9.30 to 11.30am.
Please remember to wear your mask, use the hand sanitiser before and after, keep at least 2m space between yourself and other users and follow the signs as there will be a one-way system.
It will be Post Office only (no sales, no tea/coffee) and the toilets will not be available.
The Post Office is normally open on Fridays from 9.30am to 11.30am in the Seward Room in St. Mary's church.
There is usually free tea, coffee & biscuits, no queuing and a chance to meet others for sociable chats.
The Post Office normally provides a wide range of sevices: posting letters and all types of parcels, car tax, banking etc
Sometimes local and other produce is also available: Buriton tea towels; local meat, sausages etc; and even Olive Oil... If you have anything you would like to sell, why not give it a try?