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The Post Office
 within Holywell Stores
Mon - Fri, 9am - 1pm
 As well as many postal services the Post Office offers much more including Personal Loans, Euros on Demand, Phonecards,
E Top Up, Home & Car Insurance, Foreign Currency-no commission, Travel Insurance, Holiday Phonecards and Banking Services with no charge for cash withdrawls.
Holywell Stores
St. Ann's Chapel
Kingsbridge
TQ7 4HQ
01548810308
holywellstores@msn.com
OPENING HOURS
MON - SAT 7am-8pm/SUN 8am_5pm
Groceries (deliveries made) / Fruit & Veg
Fresh Bread / Meat & Dairy / Off Licence
Olive Bar / Barbecue Supplies
Beach Goods / Post Office / Cash Machine
National Lottery / FREE Internet Access
Plants / Newspapers / Sweets and Ice Creams

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