10 years of ser­vice recog­nised

The Oban Times - - Business -

ANISLAY man who be­came the youngest post­mas­ter in the UK when he took over the reins of Port­na­haven Post Of­fice as a teenager, has been awarded a plaque mark­ing ten years of ser­vice.

Alastair Red­man, 27, be­gan run­ning the of­fice in 2005 at the ten­der age of 17.

He was pre­sented with the plaque mark­ing his decade of duty by chief ex­ec­u­tive of Post Of­fice Ltd, Paula Ven­nells, and Alice Perkins, who is the or­gan­i­sa­tion’s chair­woman.

Since tak­ing over at the is­land of­fice, Alastair has sent more than 4,000 parcels to the armed forces in Afghanistan and Iraq.

DECADE OF DED­I­CA­TION: Alastair Red­man and his col­league, Alice Black, hold­ing the plaque

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