Councillor Mark Newton, Chairman of Suffolk Coastal District Council, visited the Woodbridge Delivery Office to see first-hand the operation of delivering Christmas post and to pass on season’s greetings to its hardworking staff.
Councillor Newton was shown around the office by Delivery Office Manager, Colin England, and was introduced to the postmen and women, who are pulling out all the stops to sort and deliver mail in the Suffolk Coast area over the Christmas period.
The Festive Season is Royal Mail’s busiest period, as millions of people shop online for gifts and send Christmas cards and parcels.
As Royal Mail’s 500th anniversary draws to a close, this Christmas provides an opportunity to reflect on the centuries of hard work delivering to every single address in the UK.
Councillor Newton said:
“At no other time is the hard work and dedication of postmen and women clearer than during the festive period.
I thank them for the extraordinary lengths they go to ensure Christmas cards and presents are delivered to loved ones on time, and for all they do year-round.”
Colin England, Royal Mail Delivery Office Manager, said:
“It was a pleasure to show Councillor Newton our Christmas operation and to hear his kind words of encouragement and support.
We are extremely proud of our postmen and women for all their hard work during the Festive Season and for continuing our proud history of delivering Christmas mail.”
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