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Royal Mail - Impact of flooding on delivery services

27th November 2012

Further flooding in many parts of the country is continuing to affect delivery and collection services in a number of localities.

Particularly affected yesterday and today are areas around the towns: Bridgwater (TA5–7), Taunton (TA1–4), Langport (TA10), Okehampton, (EX20), Ivybridge (PL21), Kingsbridge (TQ7 & TQ8), Totnes (TQ9-TQ11) and Dawlish (EX6-EX7).

In addition to these, some disruption is also being experienced in and around Tewkesbury (GL20), Cirencester (GL7) Lechlade (GL7), Tetbury (GL8-GL9), Cinderford (GL14 & GL17) and Newent (GL18), as well as in the Darlington (DL1-DL3), Richmond (DL9-DL11) and Northallerton (DL6-DL8), areas.

In parts of North Wales, especially in the St. Asaph area, conditions are particularly difficult and we are unable to access a number of properties in the area today.

Any mail we are unable to deliver at this time will be held securely at the Delivery Office until such time as it can be forwarded.

We’ll be out attempting deliveries and collections today in almost all areas, where these are possible and it’s safe for our people to perform them. We’d like to apologise to customers for the disruption to services caused by the adverse weather conditions.

News article taken from the Royal Mail website - 27th November 2012

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