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  • Get ready to thumble

    Our ‘Thumbs-up’ campaign is a simple way for the public to say thanks and stay connected with their local postmen and women

  • Our heroes

    In your April issue of Courier, we have a four-page special with customers thanking colleagues for their efforts during this difficult

  • In remembrance

    We have revealed images of a set of 12 new Special Stamps to be issued to mark the end of the Second World War

  • Drive safe

    The roads might feel safer at the moment, but it’s when you stop concentrating while driving, that accidents are more likely to happen

  • Helping hand

    Paul Hodnett has been helping the operation, and overcoming suspected covid-19, and tells all in our latest blog

  • Wheel be alright

    The Government has announced the temporary removal of lorry and bus driving (D4) medicals for licence renewals

  • The 2.6 Challenge

    From Sunday 26 April, the ‘2.6 Challenge’ campaign will see people across the UK fundraising to save the UK’s charities

  • Message in a bottle

    Guest blogger, Andrew Smith, charts life under lockdown and his daily ‘cheery chats’ with Michael, his South-African postman

  • Royal thanks

    Prince Philip has thanked key worker colleagues including Royal Mail for their important role keeping the country going

  • Rule of thumb(s)

    Our ‘Thumbs Up’ campaign continues to drive significant press and broadcast coverage on top of massive social media engagement

  • Stirling effort

    Throughout the business, colleagues of all grades across every function are playing a vital role keeping the mail moving

  • Every mind matters

    Try a digital detox if you’re feeling stressed, worried and anxious about the ongoing coronavirus crisis

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