West Lulworth

a Registered One-Place Study and part of the Dorset OPC network

Post Office

The Post Office has been located at different sites around West Lulworth over the years.

In 1891, Edward James Randall was Grocer & Postmaster at Cove Villa.

In 1901, Ada Schofield was the postal clerk.

In 1911, Henry Chaffey, was Sub-Postmaster and his son Sidney Chaffey was described as ‘Learner Post Office’. Ten years earlier, Henry Chaffey had been the coal merchant.

The village post office moved to Hambury Stores from the Heritage Centre c.1999.

In 2008, West Lulworth ceased to have a permanent Post Office.

The village hall now offers limited post office facilities three mornings each week:

West Lulworth
West Lulworth Village Hall
Church Road
West Lulworth

BH20 5SG

Opening hours

Monday  09:00 12:00  

Tuesday  09:30 11:30  

Friday  09:00 12:00  

For a full range of services offered at this branch and all other enquiries please call 01929 552106