10 years of service recognised
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