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 Pyjamarama UK

Pyjamarama UK

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 Welcome to Pyjamarama UK. Browse our shop for lovely childrens Pyjamas and other childrens character wear. We offer a cast iron guarantee to resolve any issues. If you are not satisfied with your item you can return it for an exchange or a refund.
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We post items up to mid day on week days and before 10.30am on Saturdays.  Unless otherwise stated on the listing items ordered within the UK are posted Royal Mail 2nd Class as standard, with the option of first class and next day delivery as additional services, by Airmail within the European Union and Worldwide where given as an option on the listing.  Please contact us for postal prices if your requirements are not shown.  If you require an item in a hurry, please contact me and we will do our best to get it to you by your required date, if at possible, but please be aware that we have no control over postal services.  Please see below for expected delivery times.



Postage Information


Expected delivery times:


Sellers Standard 2nd Class Domestic 3+ days
1st Class Domestic 1-2 days

Standard Parcels 3+ days
Airmail Europe Small Packets 3+ working days

Airmail International Small Packets 3+ working days

Surface Mail  Europe Small Packets 14+ days

Surface Mail International Small Packets 14+ days


Royal Mail successfully deliver 99% of all mail correctly.  In the unlikely event that your item is lost in the post please email to let me know.  Royal Mail consider an item to have been lost in the post only after 15 working days for domestic post and 25 working days for airmail Europe and international items.



Delivery process for International Mail

This is what happens after your mail has been put in the Postbox®:

  1. Your mail is brought to a local mail centre.
  2. The Mail Centre streams Airmail from Surface and sorts into Letters/Flats/Packets.
  3. Mail is then forwarded to HWDC – Heathrow Worldwide Distribution Centre – where it is sorted to the mail exchange point(s) within the destination country, based on the item’s address/postcode.
  4. Your mail enters one of three sorting machines: a letter sorting machine, a flat sorting machine or a Packet sorting machine.
  5. Mail that is not machinable or rejected by the machines is sorted manually.
  6. The mail is then conveyed either by road or air to the relevant overseas office of exchange.
  7. If surface/economy is selected then it is most likely to travel by boat for most non-European countries.  
  8. Once in the destination country, the domestic postal authority takes responsibility for your mail. It will forward your mail to regional mail centres for delivery by their post people.