Royal Mails latest postal delays – 21 postcodes most impacted
This morning Royal Mail released a statement regarding ongoing postal delays across the country. There are 21 UK postcodes that will be most affected.
This morning, the official Royal Mail website read: “Weekend delivery and collection services are expected to take place on Saturday, April 15. Sunday parcel deliveries are expected on Sunday, April 16.”
The postal service added that most Customer Service Points will be open both Saturday and Sunday for customers to collect urgent items.
For these, Royal Mail will leave a “something for you” card. Customers are asked to visit https://www.royalmail.com/services-near-youOpens in a new window for their opening times.
Royal Mail explained that while it aims to deliver to all addresses it has mail for, six days a week, this is “temporarily” not possible in all offices.
“Deliveries are operating as normal across the UK today. We aim to deliver to all addresses we have mail for, six days a week.
“In a small number of local offices, this may temporarily not be possible due to local issues such as high levels of sick absence, resourcing, or other local factors.”
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Royal Mail assured customers that it is taking steps to ensure the smooth delivery of post.
The postal service stated that in local offices most affected by delays, Royal Mail will “rotate deliveries to minimise the delay to individual customers”.
It continued: “We also provide targeted support to those offices to address their challenges and restore our service to the high standard our customers would normally receive.”
Royal Mail apologised for any inconvenience caused to customers affected by delays. It listed the 21 postcodes currently most impacted.
Offices most impacted by postal delays
- Banbury DO (OX15, OX16 and OX17)
- Braintree DO (CM6, CM7 and CM77)
- Bridgwater DO (TA5, TA6 and TA7)
- Bristol South DO (BS3, BS13 and BS41)
- Bristol South East DO (BS4 and BS14)
- Camberley DO (GU15, GU16, GU17 and GU95)
- Clevedon DO (BS21)
- Erskine DO (PA7 and PA8)
- Faringdon DO (SN7)
- Huntingdon (PE26, PE28 and PE29)
- Newhaven DO (BN9)
- Patchway DO (BS32, BS34 and BS35)
- Portishead DO (BS20)
- Sandhurst DO (GU46 and GU47)
- Sturminster Newton DO (DT10)
- Thatcham DO (RG18 and RG19)
- The Hyde DO (NW9)
- Wallington DO (SM5 and SM6)
- West Wickham DO (BR4)
- Weston-Super-Mare DO (BS22, BS23 and BS24)
- Yatton DO (BS49)
Royal Mail added: “If you need to collect an item for which we’ve left a ‘something for you’ card.”
Customers should check https://www.royalmail.com/services-near-youOpens in a new window for details of our Customer Service Point locations and opening hours.
Regarding deliveries of international items, Royal Mail explained why these may be taking “longer than usual”.
“Following the restoration of Royal Mail International export services, delivery of international items may take slightly longer than usual. Customers using International Tracked services may notice different tracking information as items leave the UK.
“We are seeing delays to some tracking events in a small number of destinations.”
Customers who cannot see the tracking information for their items should check the overseas posts tracking at
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