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Royal Mail - Daily Operational Customer Statement

Covering the 24 hour period to

The following update was issued by Royal Mail Customer Service at

Operational general synopsis

Operational general synopsis
It was a = very challenging night for the UK mail network last night due, to high wind= s and heavy rainfall. Especially badly hit was the North West of England, w= ith several key motorways and the West Coast Main Line closed for a time, c= ausing disruption to a number of rail and road services. In addition many f= lights were disrupted by the high winds and sailings of ferries between the= mainland and Northern Ireland as well as the Isle of Man were not possible= =2E The key services affected by the extreme weather conditions are shown b= elow and any further detail will be added to S= ervice Update web pages during the day.

Mails network & distribution

Air, Rail & Road
High winds resulted in delays to a= nd the cancellation of some flights yesterday. This may mean a delay to som= e mail as follows:

  • Posted in Northern Ireland for deliv= ery in parts of London, the Midlands, Wales, the South and N= orth of England today. 
  • Posted in the Midlands, Wales, South West= and North of England for delivery in Northern Ireland today.
  • Posted in the far North of England for de= livery in the Midlands, Wales, South West and North of England today.

The closure of the West Coast Main Line las= t night, caused severe disruption to a number of rail services travelling b= etween England and Scotland. As a result there is likely to be some impact = on consignments of mail passing between Scotland, England and Wales. In add= ition both legs of the rail service between the Tyneside Mail Centre and Lo= ndon were disrupted by the weather, causing delay to some mail passing betw= een the South East and far North of England.

Motorway closures and other issues affected= several of our road services. This may mean a delay to some mail as follow= :

  • Posted in the CF, LD and NP postcode area= s for delivery in parts of the Midlands and South West of England today.
  • Posted in the BB, BL, FY, LA, M, OL, PR a= nd SK postcode areas for delivery in parts of London and the South of Engla= nd today.
  • Posted in the BN and RH postcode areas fo= r delivery in the OX, RG and SN postcode areas today.
  • Posted across the UK for delivery in the = B, BA, BS, CA, DG, DN, DY, HR, LN, ST, TA, TF, WR, WS and WV postcode = areas today. 

Deliveries and collections
Mail delive= ries and collections were made as normal in almost all areas yesterday and = we expect to operate a full range of services today.

However, flooding continues to affect servi= ces in many parts of the South of England, the Midlands and Northern Irelan= d. The worst affected areas include:

South East of England=
Bourne End (SL8), Canterbury (CT1-CT4), Chertsey (KT16), Cobham (KT1= 1), Didcot (OX11), East Horsley (KT24), Feltham (TW13 & TW14), Hampton = (TW12), Hounslow (TW3-TW6), Kingston upon Thames (KT1, KT2 & KT5-KT7), = Maidenhead (SL6), Marlow (SL7), Newbury (RG14 & RG20), Pangbourne = (RG8), Purley (CR8), Shepperton (TW17), Slough including Datchet (SL0-3), S= taines (TW18-TW20), Sunbury (TW16), Wallingford (OX10), Walton on Thames (K= T12), Weybridge (KT13) and Windsor (SL4)

South West of England
Bridgwater (TA5-TA7), Crewkerne (TA14-TA18), Dawlish (EX6 & EX7), Ilmi= nster (TA19), Langport (TA10), Taunton (TA1-TA4), Wellington (TA21) and Yeo= vil (BA20-BA22)

Craven Arms = (SY6, SY7 & SY9), Bridgnorth (WV15), Droitwich (WR9), Hereford (HR1-HR4= & HR7), Ledbury (HR8), Oswestry (SY10-SY12 & SY 22), Ross On Wye (= HR9) and Worcester (WR1-WR3)

Northern Ireland
Bal= lymoney (BT53), Londonderry (BT47-BT48), Limavady (BT49) and Omagh (BT78)

We'll be out attempting delivery in all are= as today, where access is possible and it's safe for our people to do so.

Supporting our customersWe are doing all we can to support cust= omers affected by flooding. We're holding mail for people whose homes are i= naccessible, for collection at their convenience, with proof of ID. We will= also be providing a free Redirection service for flood victims who have ha= d to move out of the area temporarily and therefore wish to have their mail= delivered to an alternative address. Visit our Service Update web pages for more information.

The coll= ection of items in the WF3 postcode area
From 1= 7th to 26th February, East Ardsley Post Office will be closed for refurbish= ment. During this time, items for which we’ve left a ‘Something= for you’ card, can be collected from our Wakefield Delivery Office a= t 2 Denby Dale Road, Wakefield, WF1 1AA. 

Mail Centre processing
Generally Mail = Centres performed to schedule last night. However, the above-mentioned tran= sport disruption caused the delay to consignments of mail posted from the B= elfast Mail Centre to the rest of the UK, whilst late arriving mail into th= e Tyneside Mail Centre, from the network is likely to cause some delay to m= ail from the South East of England for delivery in the NE, SR, TS, DL and D= H postcode areas today.

Operational Transformation
As part of = our nationwide programme of operational transformation, we made changes to = our delivery arrangements in some offices this week (w/c 10th February= ). These changes could include: a review of delivery routes, improved deliv= ery equipment being brought into use or changes to the way in which we prep= are mail for delivery. Customers may have started to see changes this week&= nbsp;to deliveries in the following areas:

  • Axminster - EX13
  • Erith - DA8 & DA18
  • Northallerton - DL6, DL7 & DL8 1-2
  • Radstock - BA3
  • Sutton - SM1, SM2 & SM3

Move of = mail processing for the HU and CB postcode areas
From=  Monday 17th February, the processing of all inward mail for= the HU postcode area will move from Hull Mail Centre to our = ;Sheffield Mail Centre. The processing of inward mail for the CB postc= odes currently performed at the Cambridge Mail Centre will move t= o our Peterborough Mail Centre. There should be little change to delivery s= ervices in the HU and CB postcode area as a result of these = moves.

You can find out more about our Operational Transformation = Programme by going to: isation.

International mail services
Bushfires in = the Victoria area may mean a delay to mail services. The main areas affecte= d are: 
3064 - Kalkallo, Mickleham, 3430 - Clarkefield,= 3431 - Riddells Creek, 3433 - Monegeetta, Monegeetta North, 3434= - Romsey, Springfield, 3435 - Lancefield, Goldie, Goldie North, = 3437 - Gisborne, 3756 - Wallan, Chintin, Darraweit Guim, 3762 -&n= bsp;Bylands and 3764 - Kilmore, Kilmore East, Tantaraboo, Willowm= avin, Forbes. 

Our Inter= national Incident page contains details of all International service-af= fecting incidents.