Despite the challenging weather conditions, last weekend Guernsey Post successfully managed to deliver all of its letters, packets and parcels.
George Jennings Director of Operations said:"I am very pleased to confirm that we were able to fulfil our promise over the weekend by delivering (where we were able) the 8,000plus large packets and parcels and 200,000plus cards, letters and small packets that had arrived in Guernsey."
Royal Mail Network More heavy snow in the UK has caused further heavy disruption to the Royal Mail network. Royal Mail has said that every effort is being made and every opportunity is being taken to deliver the mail, however areas particularly affected include: Wales; parts of Scotland; South East; Midlands and South West.
Guernsey Post has been experiencing some delays due to the weather in the UK and the mail flown into the island this morning (which has now been delivered) was delayed.
George Jennings continued:"The weather in the UK has hit the Royal Mail network hard; as a result we are expecting further delays to the delivery of mail onto the island.Outbound mail is also likely to be affected, so we are continuing to advise customers to post all of their items to the UK as soon as possible."
Providing that Bournemouth Airport opens again at 4pm today as planned - Guernsey Post will be sending out two planes of mail. A number of containers will also be sent via sea.