Christmas posting dates 2009

On the obviously very slim chance that The Voice’s activist readers haven’t already finished sending off all their Christmas cards (paper or electronic) to family, friends, deliverers, helpers, councillors, would-be candidates, favourite members of ex-party staff (hint, hint) and so on – and are still stuck using that largely nineteenth century technology, the Christmas Card – the last posting dates are:

Posting Christmas cards

International Airmail: 4 December is the earliest (varies with country)
Second Class: 18 December
First Class: 21 December
Special Delivery: 23 December

Details for other postal options and the full list of countries and dates for international airmail are on the Royal Mail website’s Christmas Post page.

And don’t forget, when sending Christmas cards, to include your own address.

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