Look what turned up in the Post!


The postal service remains busy all through the year, handling high volumes of letters and parcels, with even more being sent at Christmas. Despite the digital age, it seems some traditions live on!

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Robins on Christmas Cards? We Explain!


Britain’s favourite wild bird, the robin, has been appearing on Christmas cards for as long as people can remember. A native UK species, it has been adopted as Britain’s national bird, with its numbers boosted every winter by more robins flying in from Europe.

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Dear Santa


Writing a letter to Santa is part of the wonder and excitement of Christmas for children all over the world. With help from his trusty elves, Father Christmas works hard all year round, making toys and gifts at his workshop at the North Pole. 

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World War I: Commemorative Stamps to Remember Them


The ancestors of many people in Britain today would have been touched by the events of World War I in some way. Even though 11th November 2018 marks the centenary of Armistice Day and the end of the war, the events that took place will never be forgotten.

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