Is there post on Bank Holiday Monday 2019? All you need to know about Royal Mail deliveries and collections – The Sun
IF you're expecting mail or an important delivery this weekend, you might need to plan ahead or make alternative arrangements.
So it's worth finding out the changes to postal deliveries before it's too late.
Royal Mail posties deliver letters and parcels six days a week, Monday to Saturday.
But there are no deliveries or collections on bank holiday Monday, August 27.
However, things will return to normal from Tuesday, August 28.
The website reads: "The Royal Mail will not be collecting or delivering post on the August bank holiday Monday – August 27. But everything will go back to normal on Tuesday, August 28.
"We deliver and collect your mail on most days of the year, including Saturdays. However, we don’t usually deliver or collect on bank and public holidays."
No collections or deliveries will be happening across England, Wales, Northern Ireland or most parts of Scotland.
Postcode areas EH28 and EH52 will continue to receive deliveries but there will be no collections.
Normal collections and deliveries will continue in the EH43-EH46, EH51, G, KW15-KW17, KA1-KA10, KA11-KA18, KA20-KA30, KY11-KY12, KY99, ML1-ML6, ML8-ML11, PA1-PA20, PA22-PA28, PA30-PA32, PA34, PA37-PA38, PA42, PA45 and PA60, PH1-PH2, PH14, TD1, TD7-TD9, TD12 and ZE postcode areas.
Is the Post Office open on bank holiday Monday?
Usually, the Post Office closes its doors on bank holidays.
Selected local branches inside convenience stores may be open, however.
We'd recommend checking your local branch's opening times to be sure – you can find your local Post Office branch here.
Will my local store be open and will I be able to receive packages on the bank holiday?
Opening times do vary from store to store.
Before you head off, check the Branch Finder on the Post Office website.
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