This part of the email we received from Royal Mail.
Mail collection, distribution, processing and deliveries are taking place across much of the UK, however, mail snow and icy conditions are continuing to affect our ability to maintain normal services in a number of areas today (6 December).
We have contingency plans in operation to keep mail moving and minimise disruption wherever possible. Our managers are regularly reviewing local weather conditions and we are committed to maintaining services to customers wherever possible. In these extreme conditions the safety our people is our number one priority. We're sorry there may be a small, unavoidable delay to items posted in and out of those areas in which the severe weather conditions persist.
Conditions are changeable, however, areas most affected are listed below:
|South East & East Anglia||TW,SS, RM, PE, CM, IG, DA1-18, BR, CR, RH, BN, TN, CT, ME, KT15||TW,SS, RM, PE, CM, IG, DA1-18, BR, CR, RH, BN, TN, CT, ME, KT15|
|South West||DT, BH, PO, SO, TR||DT, BH, PO, SO, TR|
|North of England||DL, M, CA, BB, SK, OL, CW, S, DN, LN, NE, SR, DH, LS, BD, HX, HD, YO, HU, and TS||DL, L, M, CA, BB, SK, OL, CW, S, DN, LN, NE, SR, DH, LS, BD, HX, HD, YO, HU, and TS|
|G, PA, KA, DG, EH, DD, PH, TD, FK, KY, AB, ZE, IV|
As you can see the CJS Office is on both lists, this means that not only is delviery to you slow, your letters to us are also being delayed. If you've sent something by post to us and not yet received the expected response please contact us to check it's actually reached us.
If your copy of CJS Weekly has not reached you then please contact us for some temporary online access details.