Delivery Update - Monday Dec 20

Published on December 20, 2010 by Joots Blogger

The snow may not be shifting anywhere fast but our delivery service provider (The Royal Mail) are doing all they can to ensure that deliveries are being made on time. We use Guaranteed Special Delivery by 1pm the next working day for our packages and so far all deliveries have arrived before 1pm or later that day.

Even in these difficult conditions, all packages marked Special Delivery are given priority. So you can rest assured your orders will arrive the next day (usually before 1pm). Also if its more convenient you can choose to have your package delivered to another address (such as your workplace). The delivery address on your order does not have to be your billing address.

There are however delays in some regions due to heavy snow and freezing temperatures. Below are the regions and corresponding postcodes where delivery may not occur before 1pm the next day, but will usually be delivered that day:

London- SE and SW postal districts and the W5 postcode

South East & East Anglia- PE, NR, SG, GU, HA, SL, OX, CR, SM, HP, RH, KT, TW, WD & RG

North of England-WA, BL, and L

Northern Ireland

Scotland-AB10 to 16, 21 to 25, 30 to 35, 41 to 43, 45, 51, & 53 to 56

IV 1 to 3, 5, 7, 13, 15 to 18, 40, 42, 43, 47 to 49, 51, 54, 55
Many parts of the PH, KY, FK, & ZE postcode areas

Rural areas in KA8, 16 & 17

DD2 to DD5

HS1 to 9

KW 1 to 13, 15 & 17

Midlands- Birmingham, Worcestershire and Milton Keynes

Wales- CF, SA, NP, LL & LD

South West England-BS, BA, TA, BH, DT, SO, PO, SP, EX, TQ, PL GL & SN and the St Austel, Bodmin, Helston and Redruth areas of Cornwall.

We are continuing to monitor the situation and if things change we will update our site accordingly.

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