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ISLE OF MAN POST OFFICE LAUNCHES WILDLIFE STAMPS FEATURING EXCLUSIVE PICTURES BY MANX PHOTOGRAPHER BRIAN LIGGINS

The Isle of Man Post Office issues a set of ten stamps showcasing the diversity of wildlife to be found on the Isle of Man.

ALL ABOARD WITH THE POST OFFICE’S NEW VINTAGE BUS STAMP COLLECTION

Isle of Man Post Office continues its acclaimed series '"All Aboard Please! Manx Buses Part Three" with a collection of six stamps.

ISLE OF MAN POST OFFICE REJOICES AT THE ADVENT OF THE YEAR OF THE PIG

On January 22nd the Isle of Man Post office will issue a set of 4 stamps, beautifully painted by artist Zhang Yong, to celebrate the Year of the Pig in the Chinese Zodiac Calendar.

IOM POST OFFICE CELEBRATES 2018 WITH THE LIMITED EDITION YEARBOOK

Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) released their annual limited edition 2018 Yearbook on 1st December, which has a full mint stamp set from each of our sixteen collections.

HUNT THE WREN CHRISTMAS COIN

ISLE OF MAN POST OFFICE COMMEMORATES ONE OF THE ISLAND’S OLDEST AND MOST POPULAR CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS

The Isle of Man Post Office honors HRH Prince Charles with commemorative stamps

Isle of Man Post Office has issued a set of six stamps commemorating the 70th Birthday of HRH Prince Charles, and the 60th anniversary of his being conferred the title Prince of Wales. The stamps have been carefully selected with the help of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters (RSPP).

Today we held our traditional Remembrance Service

An act of remembrance has taken place today in the staff foyer by our WW1 and WW2 war memorials where members of staff have placed poppy wreaths in remembrance of our colleagues who gave “their tomorrow for our today” and reflected on the contribution men and woman of our Island have given to allow us to enjoy our freedom today.
The ceremony concluded with the Last post at 11am and with a 2 minutes’ silence.

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