Isle of Man Post Office News

Isle of Man Post Office Celebrates Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and Announces Operational Changes during TT 2022

Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) is gearing up to mark Her Majesty The Queen, Lord of Mann’s Platinum Jubilee. As well as a range of commemorative stamp collectibles, which are already proving hugely popular, IOMPO has a number of other activities planned to celebrate this significant milestone with colleagues, customers and suppliers.

100 Years of BBC Celebrated in a Special Stamp Set

On Thursday 19th May 2022, Isle of Man Post Office will issue a set of twelve stamps marking 100 years of the BBC. The stamp set has been designed in collaboration with BBC Studios to celebrate many of the BBC’s iconic programmes – from Doctor Who and Match of the Day to Blue Peter and Strictly Come Dancing.

Isle of Man Post Office and Manx National Heritage Celebrate Milestone Anniversary

Isle of Man Post Office presents a celebration in ten stamps of the centenary year since opening of the renowned Manx Museum, to be issued 28th April 2022.

'All Aboard Please!' Buses Part Four

Isle of Man Post Office issues a set of six stamps on 5th May 2022, completing its much loved collection ‘All Aboard Please! Buses Part Four’.

Isle of Man Post Office presents the magical paintings of visual artist Eileen Schaer in six animal stamps

Isle of Man Post Office is pleased to present this joyful set of six stamps showcasing the work of one of Isle of Man’s most individual and popular artists. Our selection focusses on animals to showcase Eileen’s highly idiosyncratic paintings and her love of animals. The collection is set to be issued on 12th April 2022

Post Office Announce its Easter Operations 2022

Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) would like to advise its customers of changes to operations and opening times over the Easter period.

Statement from Isle of Man Post Office Regarding Isle of Man Constabulary Investigation

Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) is aware of an investigation being undertaken by the Isle of Man Constabulary regarding the discovery of a large amount of undelivered packages and parcels, whose address labels and invoices have been removed. It is understood the items were destined for addresses based in the south of the Island.

IOMPO would like to place on record and assure its valued customers that this investigation is not in any way connected to its reliable and trusted delivery service.

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