Bank Holiday: Monday the 29th May is a Bank Holiday in the UK. There are no Royal Mail deliveries or collections on this day and PC2Paper will closed for the holiday. All letters sent after our 3.30pm cut-off time on Friday the 26th of May will be queued in the system and processed on the next working day, Tuesday the 30th May.. read more..

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Wed, 24 May 2017 17:52:08
Bank Holiday Opening Hours


Monday the 29th of May is a public holiday in the UK. There are no Royal Mail deliveries or postal collections on this day. Any letters sent on Friday the 26th of May after our 1pm cut-off time for our signed for services and after 3pm for all other mail will be posted on the next available working day which is Tuesday the 30th of May.

Please note that PC2Paper are closed for the bank holiday. Any support tickets raised after close of business on Friday the 26th of May will  be answered when we reopen for business on Tuesday the 30th of May.

Thu, 27 Apr 2017 07:04:55
Bank Holiday Closure


Monday the 1st of May is a Bank Holiday in the UK. There are no Royal Mail deliveries or collections on this day and PC2Paper will closed for the holiday. All letters sent after our 3.30pm cut-off time on Friday the 28th of May will be queued in the system and processed on the next working day, Tuesday the 2nd of May.

In addition to this customers should expect all Royal Mail services to take longer due to the fact that Royal Mail does not deliver on Monday the 1st of May.

PC2Paper will be closed for customer support during this time, reopening as normal on Tuesday the 2nd of May.

Tue, 28 Mar 2017 13:03:43
Easter Holiday


PC2Paper will be closed for the public Holidays over the Easter period. We are close on Good Friday the 14th of April and Easter Monday on the 17th of April, reopening for business on Tuesday the 18th of April. During this time any received mail will be queued in our system and processed when we reopen for business.

Sat, 18 Feb 2017 16:34:59
Google Drive Support


We are pleased to announce that in addition to Dropbox support we have now released Google Drive support for PC2Paper. You can now attach PDF's to letters written online using your Google Drive account.

Fri, 13 Jan 2017 19:12:00
Adverse Weather Conditions Affecting Our Service


We are currently experiencing adverse weather conditions in our local area due to overnight snowfall. We expect all outgoing mail to be delayed until local weather conditions improve.

Currently Royal Mail services in our area are affected by heavy snowfall. We have temporarily removed all tracked and signed services from the website until the local roads are accessible and Royal Mail are able to reinstate our postal collections. We hope to be back to normal shortly depending on the weather in the next few days.