3.8 C
Harrow on the Hill
Friday, December 2, 2022
HomeLondon NewsRoyal Mail says that these areas of the UK may see delays

Royal Mail says that these areas of the UK may see delays

Royal Mail is warning of disruption to deliveries over the Christmas period with many areas facing issues.

More than TWENTY of their delivery offices are affected meaning there may be delays in some parts of the UK

Royal Mail users that can expect delays, as well as the subsequent impacted postcodes, are:

• Belfast West (BT10 – BT12 and BT17

• Belper, Derby (DE56)

• Burnham On Crouch, Essex (CM0 8)

• Chelmsford, Essex (CM1 to CM3)

• Congleton, Cheshire (CW4 and CW12)

• Cricklewood, London (NW2)

• Farnborough, Hampshire (GU14)

• Finsbury Park, London (N4 and N15)

• Havant, Hampshire (PO9 – PO10)

• Hornsey, London (N8)

• Longton, Staffordshire (ST3 and ST11)

• New Ferry, Wirral (CH32, CH62 and CH63)

• Northwich, Chester (CW8 – CW9)

• Pontypridd, Glamorgan (CF37, CF38 and CF46)

• Rayleigh, Essex (SS6)

• Shrewsbury, Shropshire (SY1 – SY5)

• South Croydon, Surrey (CR2)

• St. Helens, Merseyside (WA9 – WA11)

• Stocksbridge, South Yorkshire (S36)

• Upminster, Greater London (RM14)

• Upton, Merseyside (CH30 and CH49)

• Warrington, Cheshire (WA1 – WA2 and WA4 – WA5)

• Willesden, London (NW10 and NW26)

Royal Mail says it will rotate deliveries in these locations in a bid to minimise delays. It adds that it will also provide extra support to affected offices.