This year National Postal Workers Day falls on 29th April. This is an annual celebration of the incredibly valuable contribution made by postal workers to our communities across the UK. This year is the ninth annual celebration and the hard work and dedication of our postal workers has been clear for everyone to see during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
Six days a week, every week postal workers keep us connected to loved ones, bring us important information and, increasingly, bring us clothes and other parts of our shopping.
Commenting, the Member of Parliament for Mid Sussex, Mims Davies said:
“Most of us know our Mid Sussex posties and it is right we all pay tribute and recognise the hard work of postal workers during the current, unprecedented, times recognising the huge contribution they make to our communities. Postal workers keep the mail coming through our doors year-round whatever the weather and whatever the situation. I welcome this opportunity to show my thanks on behalf of my constituents.
“Today on National Postal Workers Day, I pay tribute to those postal workers who keep Mid Sussex connected and thank them for continuing to turn up to work and help keep the country going during this difficult time for us all."