Royal Mail continues to work hard to clear any mail that was delayed by the unprecedented weather conditions over the Christmas period. Whilst Royal Mail expects the majority of its operations to be back on schedule over the next couple of days, Guernsey Post is continuing to receive and then deliver mail posted over the Christmas period.
Boley Smillie, Chief Executive said: "We can assure all of our customers who have been affected by delays in the UK that as soon as mail arrives in the island it is processed and sent out on delivery as soon as possible. "
Additionally, yesterday Royal Mail announced that recovery may take a little longer in some parts of the UK. Please see below for a full list of affected postcodes -
Anglia: Waltham Cross, (EN7-9), St Albans (AL1-4), Ipswich (IP1-10)Midlands: Shrewsbury (SY1-5), Ludlow (SY8), Bedford (MK40-45), Warwick, (CV34-35), Stratford upon Avon (CV36-37), Coventry North (CV2, 6,7)North East: Sheffield West (S10), Sunderland (SR1-6, 9), Barnsley (S70-72, 75), Calderway (WF12-14), Sheepscar (LS6-7)North West : Crewe (CW1-3), Altrincham (WA13-15), Congleton (CW4,12), Manchester NW (M27-28, 38), Warrington (WA1-5, 55)Scotland : Dundee East (DD4-5), Dunfermline (KY11-12,99), Bathgate (EH28, 47, 48, 52), Livingston (EH27, 53-55)South East: Ashford (TN23-27), Dartford (DA1, 2, 4), Tunbridge Wells (TN1-5, 20), Maidstone (ME14-17), Croydon (CR0,9), Medway Valley (ME6,19,20)South West: Bath (BA1-2), Taunton (TA1-4), Weston Super Mare (BS22-24) Radstock (BA3), Plympton (PL7)Wales: Blackwood (NP12), Aberdare (CF44-45), Abergavenny (NP7-8), Cardiff East (CF3 & CF30), Newport East (NP18 & NP19), Pontypool (NP4), and Caerphilly ( CF83).London - Southwark (SE1)