Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) wishes to advise that from 1st January 2021, there will be changes to the way customers can send goods to international destinations, due to a Universal Postal Union and World Customs Organisation-led initiative to improve security and safety.
In light of the sub postmaster of Port St Mary Post Office giving notice on his contract for service, Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) has held a meeting with key stakeholders that represent service users to discuss future postal services in the village, when the notice period ends on 31st January 2021.
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) is pleased to announce details of its last recommended posting dates, opening and closing times, and collection and delivery times across its services for the festive period, along with other important information for customers.
This brand new limited edition cover recognises the unveiling of the Cenotaph and remembers those men and woman who made the ultimate sacrifice. This beautiful tribute for which there are only 500 available combines an official legal tender Remembrance Coin along with four stamps which represent the armed services.
This year’s Isle of Man Post Office Christmas stamps, issued on 30 October, feature scenes and artworks inspired by the story of the Nativity.
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) launched a new enhancement to their Collection service. Customers who receive a notice left card at their homes can log onto IOMPO’s website www.iompost.com/redelivery and choose a convenient location from one of nine Island-wide sites to collect items from and will now receive an SMS/text notification to advise when their item(s) are ready to collect.
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the death of Charles Dickens, one of the world’s most famous and loved writers. To celebrate, the Isle of Man Post Office working closely with the Charles Dickens Museum, London, will publish on the 14th October 2020, a set of six carefully curated stamps featuring five engravings from his most famous book A Christmas Carol and a miniature portrait of the author from the same period as the book was written.