Annual Sinn Fein post launched

Derry Sinn Fein councillors, Sandra Duffy and Elisha McCallion with this year's stamp which is the image of the recently commissioned mural at Gartan Square.
Derry Sinn Fein councillors, Sandra Duffy and Elisha McCallion with this year's stamp which is the image of the recently commissioned mural at Gartan Square.
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The annual Sinn Fein Christmas postal service was launched in Derry at the weekend.

The Sinn Fein post has served the people of the city for over three decades and local councillor, Sandra Duffy, said it was great opportunity for people to avail of.

“The annual Sinn Féin post has been a feature of the Christmas period in Derry now for over thirty years and I would encourage people to make use of it,” said Colr. Duffy at the launch.

“Christmas cards will be delivered to any part of Derry City for the minimal price of 20p. The theme of this year’s stamp is the centenary of Cumann na mBan and the image is of the recently commissioned mural at Gartan Square.”

Colr. Duffy went on to explain how people interested in using the service can go about getting their cards delivered.

“Cards can be left at the Sinn Féin constituency office on the Racecourse Road in Shantallow, at the new Ráth Mór office on Eastway /New Road and at our Spencer Road office. The service will operate from Tuesday December 9 until midday on Friday December 19.”

For more information telephone 028 71 377551 or 028 71 359747.