On Monday 1 February 2015, the British Postal Museum and Archive (BPMA) will launch its new brand to the public and officially change its name to The Postal Museum.

As part of this rebrand, the overprint on the BPMA’s Post and Go will change to reflect the new name, featuring the new logo and the words ‘The Postal Museum’. This will also take place on 1 February and appear on the Machin, Union Flag and Heraldic Lion designs. Products featuring the new overprint will be available from the online shop reflecting this important development in the organisation’s history.

The first special issue of Post and Go stamps to feature the new branding will be the Postal Heritage Vehicles issue from 17 February.

Stamps are available from the foyer at Freeling House during standard opening hours. Please check postalheritage.org.uk for more information.

UPDATE 24 January 2016 

As a result of the rebranding the Museum's permanent special postmark will also change.  The BPMA handstamp will be available until 31 January 2016.  The Postal Museum handstamp will be in use from 1 February 2016.   Both are obtainable from the London Special Handstamp Centre, Mount Pleasant (just around the corner from the Museum).  The reference number will be unchanged at 9568