Sheffield City Council's Save our Post Offices Campaign

Sheffield City Council has launched a major campaign calling on everyone in Sheffield to get behind this petition to save all 16 Post Office branches which provide essential services but are nevertheless threatened with closure. The final petition will be sent to Downing Street so that Post Offices Ltd and the Government are left in no doubt about the strength of feeling in our City.

The Council has set up a petition to support the campaign which you can either sign online at or at First Points and libraries throughout Sheffield.

The more people who sign this petition, the better which is why we are supporting this important action which affects everyone. It would also be really helpful to the campaign if copies of the petition and a poster encouraging people to sign this petition are circulated to anyone who doesn’t have internet access.

If you are able to help then you can either photocopy the petitions when you are running out or contact Beth Barker on 0114 205 3546 at the address below to request more copies. Completed petition sheets should also be sent to Beth Barker at:

Communications Service

Sheffield City Council

Room 302, Town Hall

Sheffield S1 2HH

To make sure we are able to respond to the Government and Post Office Ltd before the end of the consultation, please return completed petitions no later than Monday, 15th September.

We hope you are able to help with this crucial campaign. Your support will be vital in showing just how strongly Sheffield opposed any Post Office closures in the City.


Sheffield City Council’s Save our Post Offices Campaign


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