Isle of Man Post Office News

Isle of Man Post Office TT Arrangements 2024

Ahead of the upcoming bank holiday weekend and TT Fortnight, we would like to make you aware of our operational arrangements:

Tynwald Week Photos by Martin Parr  Captured in New Stamp Collection

Isle of Man Post Office proudly announces the release of, "Tynwald Week – Photos by Martin Parr," which is issued on June 29th, 2024. This collection of eight stamps, features the exceptional photography of renowned contemporary photographer Martin Parr, offering a unique perspective into the cherished traditions and spirited celebrations of Tynwald Week on the Isle of Man.

Isle of Man Post Office Celebrates Six Historical Aviation Milestones Through New Collection of Stamps

To be released on 28th May 2024, Isle of Man Post Office is delighted to issue this collection of stamps highlighting six landmark British aviation anniversaries and milestones celebrated during 2024.

Isle of Man Stamps & Coins presents Peel Traditional Boats by  Nicola Dixon

Isle of Man Post Office is delighted to announce that it will issue six stamps based on works of Isle of Man-based artist Nicola Dixon, depicting Peel Traditional Boats.

The Liberation of Europe – WW II Isle of Man Post Office Stamp Issue

Commemorating both, the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings and the 80th anniversary of Operation Market Garden, Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) issues this two-part collection of ten stamps sharing powerful imagery and stories from two of the Second World War’s most significant campaigns.

Guaranteed Next Day Service Extended

Isle of Man Post Office is pleased to announce the extension of the trial period for its UK bound Special Delivery - Next Day service until the end of 2024. This announcement follows the success of an initial trial period, following Royal Mail’s withdrawal of the dedicated mail plane.

Isle of Man Post Office Announces ‘The Life of Bees’ Stamp Collection

Isle of Man Post Office proudly presents a set of six stamps celebrating the life of honeybees in recognition of the 150th Anniversary of the British Beekeepers Association (BBKA).

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