Signed, Sealed, Delivered
When all the mail has been sorted into batches for each area, it’s packed into trays and cages and sent by trucks to delivery offices all over Ireland. Mail going to other countries heads off to the airport to make its way around the world!
The delivery office is where the local postperson goes to pick up the post. Most Postmen and Postwomen use vans, cars and bicycles or go on foot to deliver mail along their route - rain, hail or shine – it all depends on where they are working.