This has been mentioned and posted before but it's now only two days away.
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We are hugely disappointed to confirm that the CWU has given us notice of strike action. The strike will take place on Friday June 29th, beginning at 3am.
We have well-developed contingency plans in order to reduce the effect of the strike, but disruption is inevitable.
Royal Mail's priorities during the strike are:
[* protect vulnerable members of society, who depend on Post Office payments of pensions and social security
[* ensure customers can continue to post mail, through the Post Office network
[* maintain Royal Mail Special Delivery services wherever possible
[* maintain other delivery services wherever possible What does it mean for our customers
[* Access to Royal Mail services is available on strike days - but limited to a single collection from street boxes and Post Office Counters, which may be earlier than the advertised times
[* We will attempt to deliver Special Delivery items, but this cannot be guaranteed, and so the money-back guarantees on these services will be suspended for items posted on Thursday June 28th
[* Special Delivery items posted on Friday June 29th will be guaranteed to be delivered on Monday July 2nd
[* Parcelforce's guaranteed services will remain unaffected
[* All other mail services will be subject to delay How can you work with us to minimise the disruption to your mail
[* Try to avoid posting on the day of any strike, and post early in the day if you really have to
[* Post your mail at one of the 14,000 Post Offices not affected by strike action, but be aware that they will not be able to accept bulk mailings
[* Our customer service helpline - 08457 740 740 will operate, but will be very busy, so please be patient
[* Our website, http://www.royalmail.com/update
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