Unfortunately, severe weather conditions in some parts of the UK are impacting many essential services including those provided by our courier Royal Mail. Customer deliveries are taking place as usual across the majority of the UK, in the areas most severely affected by the snow and icy conditions; their ability to operate normal services is being disrupted. We apologise for any inconvenience caused to our customers as a result of the weather conditions which are affecting Royal Mail’s delivery services.
Please expect some delays on deliveries to the following.
The delivery of mail may be affected in some parts of the SE and SW postcode areas.
North East England
Delivery services may be affected in the following postcode areas: NE, DL, TS, YO, HU, S, DN, LS, BD, HX and HD.
South East and Anglia
Parts of South East England and the Anglia region most affected by the conditions include the SM, BR, CR, DA, ME, TN, CT, RH, CM, CO, SS, RM and IG postcode areas, where deliveries of orders are likely to be limited, made later, or not possible at all in some parts today.
Deliveries may be affected in the following postcode areas: G3, G11, G13, G41, G64, G66, G74-G75, G44-G46, DD1-DD9, DD11, FK, AB10-AB16, AB21-AB25, AB30-AB35, AB41-AB43, AB45, AB51, AB53-AB56, IV8, IV10, IV19-20, IV40, IV43, IV44, IV46, IV48, IV51-IV54, IV55, IV66, KW1-2, KW4- 5, KW14 & KW16.
The areas most affected include the following postcode areas: CV, DE, LE, MK, NG, NN, ST and parts of Hereford and Worcester.
The delivery of orders in rural parts of Northern Ireland may be affected.
Deliveries may be affected in the following postcode areas: LL, LD, SY and SA postcode areas