Two slogan postmarks will be re-used at Mail Centres throughout the UK, but only on certain mail.
On Wednesday 25 January, a postmark will be used on letters and cards delivered in Wales to celebrate Saint Dwynwen’s day.
Dwynwen is the patron saint of Welsh lovers. The Saint Dwynwen’s legend
tells of her unrequited love for a young prince called Maelon, and her
subsequent life as a nun on LLanddwyn Island, located off the South-West
tip of Anglesey.
The second postmark will be used on
Wednesday 25 January in Scotland to mark Burns Night. Burns Night is an
annual celebration in Scotland to commemorate the life of the poet
These are the slogans used in 2015. This year's Burns Night slogan omits the word 'Celebrating' and shows the date as 25 January 2017. The St Dwynwen slogan is in Welsh only, and has the wording between two rows of three small hearts. New pictures will be added if anybody sends one of them.
Thanks to Robert for a very quick response with this Burns
As you can see this was used at Chelmsford's South East Anglia Mail Centre, and as far as I know it was sent to Essex, not Scotland.
Another, from Brian, with the other layout, but also used at Peterboroug.
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