Post Haste

PUBLISHED: 14:30 13 March 2008 | UPDATED: 15:42 11 May 2010

Sir Cecil Newman

Sir Cecil Newman

Sir Cecil Newman is seen here sending the first telegram from the purpose-build post office in Baldock Street, Royston, in 1936. The post office served residents for more than 50 years until it was closed in 1995.

POST HASTE: Sir Cecil Newman is seen here sending the first telegram from the purpose-build post office in Baldock Street, Royston, in 1936.

The post office served residents for more than 50 years until it was closed in 1995.

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