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PC2Paper will be closed for the Jubilee Holiday on Thursday the 2nd of June and Friday the 3rd of June. Any mail received after our 1pm cut-off for tracked services and 3pm for all other services on Wednesday the 1st of June will be queued in our system and processed when we reopen on Monday the 6th of June.
During this time there are no business collections or mail deliveries, customers should expect any mail that has already been posted to take longer than normal to arrive.
Royal Mail have advised that not all mail was processed to schedule yesterday at its Preston and Swindon Mail Processing Centres. Customers should expect delays to mail in the following areas:
.Preston Mail Centre: Some mail posted yesterday in other parts of the UK, for delivery today in the BB, FY, LA and PR postcode areas.
.Swindon Mail Centre: Some mail posted yesterday in the OX, RG and SN postcode areas, for delivery today in other parts of the UK.
Royal Mail have advised that not all was processed to schedule at its London Central and Northern Ireland Mail Processing Centres yesterday. This will cause delays to mail in the following areas:
.London Central Mail Centre: Some mail posted on Wednesday in the EC, N, W1 and WC postcode areas, due for delivery today to addresses across the rest of the UK.
.Northern Ireland Mail Centre: Some mail posted on Wednesday from across the UK, due for delivery today to addresses in the BT postcode area.
Royal Mail have advised that not all mail was processed to schedule yesterday at its Tyneside Mail Processing Centre. Customers should expect delays to mail posted in the DH, DL, NE, SR and TS postcode areas.
Royal Mail have advised that not all mail was processed to schedule yesterday at its Gatwick Mail Processing Centre. This is likely to cause delays to mail posted in the BN and RH postcode areas.