Standlake Sub Post Office located at 19 High St, Standlake, Witney OX29 7RH, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 300201

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Angela Martin

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Rude owner who apparently has no customer service skills. The shop is poorly stocked and dirty. Eve

1/ 5

Rude owner who apparently has no customer service skills. The shop is poorly stocked and dirty. Even the locals shop elsewhere because of his attitude and lack of stock! Shame as it was a fabulous shop and deli with the prior owner, and a gold mine with two camp sites local to the village.

Fatima Ahmed

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