Stamps for colleagues

Stamps for colleagues

12:12pm, 01 Dec, 2017

Staff Christmas stamps

All eligible colleagues to receive allocation of 50 free First Class stamps

All eligible full and part-time colleagues across Royal Mail are being sent an early Christmas present of 50 free First Class stamps.

Colleagues will start receiving their allocation of stamps, along with their annual Christmas card from Thursday 7 December.

This year, we are delighted to feature our two winning paintings from the 2017 Christmas Stamp Design Competition. The designs, ‘Santa Claus on his sleigh on a starry night’ by Ted Lewis-Clark, aged 10, from Frome, Somerset, and ‘Snow family’ by nine-year old Arwen Wilson from Dudley, West Midlands, were chosen by HRH The Prince of Wales.

The winning designs were chosen from more than 200,000 entries from children aged four to 11 across the UK in response to the question: ‘What does the Christmas season mean to you?’

Corporate Christmas cards

The 2017 Corporate Christmas cards are available to order from our printing partner St Ives.

Click here to download your order form.

Completed forms must be emailed to RMChristmasCards@st-ives.co.uk.

Please note the last ordering date is Monday 18 December. If you need to make an order after this date, contact St Ives direct by emailing RMChristmasCards@st-ives.co.uk or calling 020 7902 6466.

Orders of more than 100 cards should also be made by Monday 18 December.

If you have any queries please contact your.news@royalmail.com

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https://www.myroyalmail.com/news/2017/12/stamps-colleagues

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