Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) advises that following the latest Government announcement that a three-week circuit breaker will come into effect from tomorrow (Wednesday) morning, its services will continue with measures to safeguard the health of its people and customers.
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) welcomes the end of the Covid19 lockdown period and the relaxation of restrictions in place across the Island, including the removal of social distancing, from today (1st February). However, it wishes to assure that the safety of its customers and people will remain its top priority.
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) wishes to advise customers that all current services will continue to be provided in Port St Mary, following an agreement with the sub postmaster Mr Jeff Calvert to extend the existing contract for an additional period.
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) advises that its services will continue as much as possible, while seeking to protect the health of its people and customers, during the latest lockdown due to the threat of Covid-19 on the Island.
Royal Mail and Parcelforce services to Europe and International destinations have been reopened and are now fully operational.
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) wishes to advise its customers in the south of the island that starting on Monday January 4th 2021, the Southern Delivery Office in Ronaldsway Industrial Estate will temporarily return to provide customers with a parcel collection facility. This follows the decision of the current provider in Castletown - S&S Motors not to renew their contract.
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) wishes to remind customers that from 1st January 2021, there will be changes to the way they can send goods to international destinations, due to a Universal Postal Union and World Customs Organisation-led initiative to improve security and safety.