Isle of Man Post Office News

Postal Kiosk in St Johns to Cease in Light of Shop Closure

Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) would like to apologise to its customers for the short notice of the cessation of the self-service postal kiosk in St Johns, due to the closure of the local shop with effect from this Saturday (21st March 2020). 

Services Continue as Normal for the Post Office but Precautions in Place to Protect Staff and Customers

Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) advises that services continue as normal, while seeking to protect the health of its people and customers, during the threat of Covid-19 on the Island.

Changes introduced to Protect Post Office Staff & Customers

Isle of Man Post Office wishes to advise that it will no longer be handing over hand-held devices to customers to capture their signature when making deliveries, with effect from today (Tuesday).

Celebrating the Douglas School of Art

The Isle of Man Post Office presents a celebration in ten stamps of the principal artist-lecturers who inspired successive generations at The Douglas School of Art to be issued 16th of March 2020.

Postal Prices Set to Increase While Remaining Value for Money

Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) announces the price of a standard local and UK letter will rise to 62p with effect from 6th April 2020.

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Time to go paperless

Time to go paperless

Paper has been used for centuries and is a fundamental part of our lives, from newspapers, to receipts to legal documents to books; therefore, understandably we are attached to this tactile means of holding information.

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