The Post Office

Title

The Post Office

Subject

Photographs L - R, T - B

1. The Old Post Office on the left. The road from the village green joins Farm Lane and Butts Hill in this view.
2. Old Post Office with Emma Bateman doing the washing c. 1940. The Post Office was then a single story extension. Emma Bateman used to help with odd jobs in the village such as washing.
3. 1896, Mrs Wright Gets a Pay Rise from £5 pa to £6 14s pa
4. Mrs Wright, The Postmistress and Daughter Ivy c. 1940
5. 1947, Mrs Wright gets a Medal
6. Mrs Wright gets the British Empire Medal for services to the Post Office
7. The Postman, Sidney Barnett
8. Postman in Far Oakridge

Source

Oakridge History Group

Relation

You can find details of the Old Post Office building (now a house) and its history here.

Identifier

M2 M12

Files

The Old Post Office on the left. The road from the village green joins Farm Lane and Butts Hill in this view.
Old Post Office with Emma Bateman doing the washing c. 1940. The Post Office was then a single story extension. Emma Bateman used to help with odd jobs in the village such as washing.
1896, Mrs Wright Gets a Pay Rise from £5 pa to £6 14s pa
Mrs Wright, The Postmistress and Daughter Ivy c. 1940
1947, Mrs Wright gets a Medal
Mrs Wright gets the British Empire Medal for services to the Post Office
The Postman, Sidney Barnett
Postman in Far Oakridge

Citation

“The Post Office,” Oakridge Community Archives, accessed September 26, 2017, http://oakridgecommunityarchives.org/items/show/136.

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