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Thu, 18 Jul 2024 08:22:56
Delays in Birmingham and Northern Ireland

Royal Mail has advised that not all mail was processed to schedule at its Birmingham and Northern Ireland Mail Processing Centres yesterday. Customers should expect delays in the following areas: •Birmingham: Some mail posted in the B, HR and WR postcode areas, due for delivery today in other parts of the UK. •Northern Ireland: Some mail posted in other parts of the UK, due for delivery today in the BT postcode area.


Tue, 16 Jul 2024 13:34:11
Royal Mail Tracking Down

Please be advised that Royal Mail tracking is not currently showing any tracking information. All mail has been dispatched to Royal Mail as normal. We would recommend waiting before trying to track your item whilst they resolve the issue.


Tue, 16 Jul 2024 12:12:21
Delays in Birmingham, Jubilee and Preston

Royal Mail has advised not all mail was processed to schedule at some of its Mail Processing Centres yesterday. Customers should expect delays in the following areas: •Birmingham: Some mail posted in the B, HR and WR postcode areas, due for delivery today in other parts of the UK. •Jubilee: Some mail posted in the GU, KT, SW and TW postcode areas, due for delivery today in other parts of the UK. •Preston: Some mail posted in the BB, FY, LA and PR postcode areas, due for delivery today in other parts of the UK.


Fri, 12 Jul 2024 11:20:38
Delays at the Preston Mail Centre and Delivery Delays in Some Areas

Royal Mail have advised that not all mail was processed to schedule yesterday at the Preston Mail Processing Centre. Customers should expect delays in the following areas: •Preston: Some mail posted in the BB, FY, LA and PR postcode areas, due for delivery today in other parts of the UK. Royal Mail have also advised that mail in the following areas in delayed due to local issues such as high levels of sick absence, resourcing, or other local factors. The following postcodes are currently subject to delays: •Abercarn DO (NP11) •Blofield SPDO (NR13) •Heathfield DO (TN21) •Keighley DO (BD20, BD21 and BD22) •Sittingbourne DO (ME9 and ME10)


Wed, 10 Jul 2024 09:06:22
Delays in Some Areas

Royal Mail has advised that not all mail was processed to schedule yesterday at its Jubilee Mail Processing Centre. Customers should expect delays to mail in the GU, KT, SW and TW postcode areas.

Royal Mail has also reported delays to deliveries in the following areas due to local issues such as high levels of sick absence, resourcing, or other local factors:

  • Battle DO (TN32 and TN33)
  • Heathfield DO (TN21)
  • Inverness DO (IV1 to IV3, IV5, IV10 and IV13)
  • Kingswood DO (BS15 and BS30)
  • Plympton DO (PL7)
  • Shepton Mallet DO (BA4)