Postcode finder
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Postcode finder

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Found 17th Dec 2015
If, like me, you have lost your address book and are late to write your Christmas cards, this is a great help! Street names and house numbers I can remember, but postcodes, well I can just about remember my own!

You can search for up to 50 postcodes per day without any charge.
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I voted hot BUT you type an address into Google search and it does the exact same thing plus it gives you a map too.
stuarthanley

I voted hot BUT you type an address into Google search and it does the … I voted hot BUT you type an address into Google search and it does the exact same thing plus it gives you a map too.




I'm not going to drive around the country delivering cards It's handy to get all the postcodes on one site. Cheers for the vote though
I have used RM postcode finder, never thought of typing into Google. Brill' and a lot quicker than using RM.
Ellie Phant

I have used RM postcode finder, never thought of typing into Google. … I have used RM postcode finder, never thought of typing into Google. Brill' and a lot quicker than using RM.


Like a font of knowledge, I am

Edited by: "SJHan" 17th Dec 2015
stuarthanley

Like a font of knowledge, I am



U are just one step behind those of us who are a fount of knowledge
Perhaps even a fountain of knowledge? X)
useless, google is your mate
Voted hot!
I work at Royal Mail (Data Entry) and adding post codes to your letters makes it easier and quicker to process your mail and that means your letters/parcels will get to their destination quicker. Also if you could write in block letter its less likely we will enter the destination address incorrectly.
LizziBear

I'm not going to drive around the country delivering cards It's handy … I'm not going to drive around the country delivering cards It's handy to get all the postcodes on one site. Cheers for the vote though



You also get the postcode on the google search
50 searches per day, eh? Might be good for coders of CMS.
Voted hot for the star wars picture
LizziBear

Perhaps even a fountain of knowledge? X)


I'm a fountain of ALL knowledge!
Infinite Element

50 searches per day, eh? Might be good for coders of CMS.



Not if you have a site with decent traffic.
ipodtouchdude

I work at Royal Mail (Data Entry) and adding post codes to your letters … I work at Royal Mail (Data Entry) and adding post codes to your letters makes it easier and quicker to process your mail and that means your letters/parcels will get to their destination quicker. Also if you could write in block letter its less likely we will enter the destination address incorrectly.


Writing it in legible, large letters would also help the postman be able to read them too.
The amount of Christmas cards that don't get delivered because they can't be read is huge.
People might think it's cute to let your 3 year old write the address on an envelope - chances are it won't get delivered.
cb-uk

Not if you have a site with decent traffic.


If you run a site that sells jumbo jets, 50 orders is a good day.

In all seriousness, there are plenty of CMS that don't need 50 searches a day, such as small repair shops. If the limit is reached, they would go back to manual entry. If they go over 50 regularly, the dev can offer a paid-for service.

People like free, remember. That's why you're in the freebie section.
May the force be with you.
all major companies buy address data from royal mail and boy are they charged for it. utilities, for example pay tens lof thousands of pounds a year for this data. trust me I worked in one.

for personal use this has always been free but limited. I always use this tool to ensure my mail is sent to the paf address.

good find. heat added.
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