Isle of Man Post Office News

50 Years of Postal Independence  A Journey Through the Stamp Archives of Isle of Man Post Office

Isle of Man Post Office is delighted to present a set of seven stamps to celebrate the 50th anniversary on 5th July 2023.

Isle of Man Post Office Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Wednesday 5th July marks 50 years of postal independence for Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO), and the start of activities and events to celebrate this milestone.

New Provider of Postal Services in Peel Appointed

Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) is pleased to announce it has appointed a new provider of postal services for Peel for a fixed period, until 31st March 2025, with the option to extend one year.

Isle of Man Steam Railway Celebrates 150th Anniversary with a Special Set of Stamps

Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) is delighted to present this landmark set of stamps celebrating the 150th anniversary of the longest narrow gauge steam line in the British Isles that still uses its original locomotives and carriages.

The Isle of Man’s Special Delivery to Buckingham Palace

Local postman Paul Timson has hand delivered a bespoke gift made for Their Majesties King Charles III - Lord of Mann – and Queen Camilla, to Buckingham Palace, on behalf of the people of the Isle of Man.

Isle of Man Post Office Commemorates the Centenary of the Manx Grand Prix

Isle of Man Post Office is proud to present this collection of eight stamps celebrating the centenary of the Manx Grand Prix (MGP). The collection, which will be issued on 15th May 2023, was created in collaboration with author David Wright and designer Tracey Dean.

Isle of Man Post Office Chairman Stu Peters MHK has Unveiled the First King Charles III Cypher to Feature on one of the Island’s Post Boxes

Located at Postal Headquarters, Douglas, the royal cypher has been included on one of our post boxes that is suitable for customers to drop off parcels, this marks a new era in postal history. The cypher adds to IOMPO’s current boxes which display a range of royal cyphers, the oldest dating back to Queen Victoria in 1840.

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