By a County Press reporter
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
CHANGES to Royal Mail deliveries in the West Wight have been announced.
Royal Mail is replacing traditional post bags with high capacity trolleys, which make it easier to deliver the increasing number of parcels.
A spokesman said many customers would still receive their post before lunchtime, although deliver times could change for some addresses in PO39 an PO40, depending on where they were on the route.
The changes will be introduced in the coming weeks and customers who want more information can call 0845 601 1399.
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by Valerie Ching
30th October 2013, at 17:06:36
"spokesman said "many customers would still receive their mail before lunch time". Idle speculation about how just how many is "many" and what time does the spokesman have his lunch?
by Mike Crowe
30th October 2013, at 11:53:37
Pony Express if it is urgent
by steve paul taylor
30th October 2013, at 08:18:38
I'll keep a look out for ben hur then at about 4 pm
by Chris Cross
29th October 2013, at 20:45:38
Im in po39 and we dont get our mail untill 1.45 earliest anyway!
by Mat Thomas
29th October 2013, at 18:25:39
Didn't take the privatised company long to put in place a bigger cart at the expense of the donkey. "Efficiency" I suppose. Let's hope the slave doesn't have to feel the sting of a whip too.
by Lee Majors
29th October 2013, at 17:21:27
"A spokesman said many customers would still receive their post before lunchtime, although deliver times could change for some addresses in PO39 an PO40, depending on where they were on the route." Looks like the IOWCP is missing a few letters in the article... "deliver" delivery... "an" and...Thanks, I am here all week.
29th October 2013, at 17:00:35
""customers would still receive their post before lunchtime""Lucky them!!4.00pm has been known!!
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