Collect your parcels on a Sunday

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First published in News

People can now collect parcels from the East Oxford Royal Mail delivery office on Sundays.

The Ledgers Close office, one of 100 around the UK taking part in a pilot scheme, is currently only open six days a week, but will in future also open from noon to 4pm on Sundays.

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10:50am Tue 2 Sep 14

Andrew:Oxford says...

A very welcome plan.

Now, how about allowing customers to make a standing instruction with their delivery office to automatically hold items that won't fit through a letter box, recorded delivery mail and special delivery mail at the delivery office?

Just drop a postcard (or send a text message) through the door to say "As instructed, we've left item number at the delivery office for you to collect by xx/xx/20xx"

It's just being considerate to the Postie so that they don't have to lug something round on a wasted effort and to my neighbours who work nights.
A very welcome plan. Now, how about allowing customers to make a standing instruction with their delivery office to automatically hold items that won't fit through a letter box, recorded delivery mail and special delivery mail at the delivery office? Just drop a postcard (or send a text message) through the door to say "As instructed, we've left item number at the delivery office for you to collect by xx/xx/20xx" It's just being considerate to the Postie so that they don't have to lug something round on a wasted effort and to my neighbours who work nights. Andrew:Oxford
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