Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) is encouraging Islanders to place a Manx flag in the window of their homes as a sign of unity, and remembering the Isle of Man’s centuries old motto which has stood the Island in great stead ‘Whithersoever you throw it, it will stand.’
Following a consultation with business partners and local stakeholder groups in the area, Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) has confirmed that it will not seek a replacement sub postmaster in Sulby when the current one steps down on 27th March 2020 and closes his retail premises.
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) is adapting to the Coronavirus emergency like every other company and is therefore re-prioritising its work to best serve its customers.
Isle of Man Post Office wishes to advise that due to unforeseen circumstances, the Ballasalla Post Office counter will be closed today (Monday) and will reopen as normal on Tuesday.
Isle of Man Post Office is assuring customers that it is still continuing to deliver Island-wide, ensuring guidance is adhered to when it comes to good hygiene and social distancing in protecting its people and customers.
This weekend Isle of Man Post Office staff will deliver a significant number of flowers to mums across the Island to mark Mothering Sunday.
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).