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Gordon thanks Blackpool Postal Workers on annual Christmas visit

Gordon has been on his annual Christmas visit to Blackpool Delivery Office where he thanked local postal workers for all their hard work throughout the year. Royal_Mail.jpg

He was shown around by Richard Wright from the Communication Workers Union (CWU) and chatted with many of the staff as well as speaking to Delivery Office Manager Jim Blackburn.

Gordon said: “I was pleased to be able to chat with many of our local postal workers - they do a tremendous job, sometimes in very difficult weather conditions. I wanted to thank them for all the hard work they do for us, all around the year and especially at Christmas time.”

As well as wishing them a Happy Christmas, he asked them about how they found working at the Faraday Way offices, following the move from Edward Street last year. During the walk around Gordon was also given a Christmas card which was heading for his constituency office on Highfield Road.

Earlier in the week was National Postal Workers Day (December 12th) – a day which Gordon fully supported. He said: “Postal workers are an important part of our local communities and we should recognise the contribution they make. That’s why I was marking National Postal Workers Day because it is a chance for businesses and customers to thank their local postmen and postwomen for their efforts across the year.”

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