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Post office opens in West Hampstead church

18 July 2014 Last updated at 20:34 BST

A post office has opened in a church in West Hampstead, north London, after the local office was closed.

The project cost £600,000 and was funded by the council, the parish and a private donor.

Father Andrew Foreshew-Cain, the vicar and postmaster of St James West Hampstead, said it meant the church would now be at the centre of the community.

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