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KEEP POSTMAN KEVIN

Attention: Local residents on Kevin's Postal Route (including Portgate, Cholwell, Lewdown, Dippertown, Lewtrenchard, Combebow, Coryton, Lowertown, Liddaton and Sydenham) Kevin is losing his route. A more senior employee has decided he would like the route and the Royal Mail Group's agreement with the Communication Workers' Union allows this.

 

Even when a new postman gains familiarity with Kevin's route, they still will not have the trust that Kevin has built up over the years among all those he delivers to. This trust is important in isolated and rural communities such as ours. Kevin is also the best postman any of us have ever had. He genuinely cares about the households he delivers to.

 

Please let the Okehampton delivery office know how you feel about losing Kevin. Write to his boss:

Joanne Moore

Royal Mail

Okehampton Delivery Office

8 George Street

Okehampton

EX20 1HW

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31 August 2012 in St Andrews Church, Coryton

A celebration of the life and mind of John Donne

St Andrews Church Coryton presents The Monarch of Wit - a celebration of the life and mind of John Donne drawn entirely from his own words.  Friday 31 Aug at 6pm. Tickets £10 in aid of St Andrews Coryton.  For more info or to book tickets please contact Neil or Sally O'Neill 01822 860263 or email nielsally83@hotmail.com

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