A modernisation programme has been completed at a Post Office branch in Bradford city centre.

The new-look Darley Street post office now has two self-service kiosks for customers to send letters and parcels.

The branch also boasts two private consultation rooms for customers, as well as open-plan counters that were installed earlier this year.

It is part of a multi-million pound investment programme by the Post Office.

Post Office regional manager Martin Rouse said: “This modernisation programme is ensuring customers are served in a more modern retail space, and the changes mean increased convenience and greater service options.

“The dedicated mails counter means customers sending multiple packages or letters can drop these off for a quicker service, while our new self-service kiosks offer an expanded range of mail services and retail products.”