Postal revamp in Fareham

(l-r) Helen Rowe, customer advisor at Fareham Post Office, showing The Mayor and Mayoress of Fareham Cllr David Norris and Pamela Norris, how the new self service checkouts work. ''Picture: Sarah Standing (143064-1903)
(l-r) Helen Rowe, customer advisor at Fareham Post Office, showing The Mayor and Mayoress of Fareham Cllr David Norris and Pamela Norris, how the new self service checkouts work. ''Picture: Sarah Standing (143064-1903)
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A POST Office has been modernised as part of a multi-million pound investment programme.

The Post Office, in West Street, Fareham, has been refurbished and it now has a new layout, including three self-service options.

Mayor of Fareham Councillor David Norris paid a visit to the store, with his mayoress Pamela Norris and met branch manager Matthew Maunder.

Mr Maunder said: ‘It is trying to bring the Post Office into 2014. We are still doing our services plus much more like financial services and savings. It has enhanced the customer experience.’

Three new self-service kiosks have now been added to give customers sending letters and parcels even more options as to how they use Post Office services, reducing queue times.

The branch also has a private consultation room where customers can speak to specialist advisors about financial services products and homephone and broadband services.

The Post Office is spending millions on refurbishment across its branch network.