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Royal Mail pilots Sunday opening of delivery offices from this weekend

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Royal Mail is piloting Sunday opening at its delivery offices from this weekend.

From Sunday September 7, customers will be able to collect their online orders from around 100 delivery offices around the country between 12 noon and 4pm.

The service also comes as the delivery company trials Sunday deliveries to addresses within the M25 motorway.

Nick Landon, managing Director of Royal Mail Parcels, said: “We are continuing to be more customer responsive and provide more options for people to receive items they have ordered online. “I am delighted to pilot Sunday afternoon opening at around 100 of our delivery offices across the UK with the highest parcel volumes, and Sunday deliveries to addresses within the M25 motorway.”

The move builds on a Royal Mail initiative to make services for online shoppers more flexible. A Parcelforce Sunday delivery service for contract customers was launched in June, while last month saw Post Office click and collect services extended to 20,000 small and medium-sized customers.

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