The Royal Mail service is still an important institution. Despite the common use of email and telephone for communication, people also need to send and receive physical mail. For example, you might write letters to loved ones, friends and also strangers, as a pastime or hobby. Similarly, you may need to send a great birthday card or celebrate some other occasion. You could also need to send mail for work purposes.
Not all mail needs sending as a top priority, and therefore the mail service has different classes of stamp available. Second class mail takes a few days to arrive, so as a result, it should be used for non-urgent items. First class mail, on the other hand, will arrive extremely quickly. If you make the post before the last collection, it should be delivered within 48 hours – and often within just one day!
The last collection time Postbox Dartford Station is 18:15 on weekdays. So long as you post your mail before this time, it will be collected and sent for sorting. In many cases, first-class mail will be sorted overnight and delivered the very next day. Even second class mail should arrive at its destination within 3-4 working days. This late collection time is perfect for busy Dartford residents who need to post their mail after work, or after school.
The last collection is much earlier in the weekend. Mail is picked up from Dartford Station at 12 noon. You should remember to post any urgent letters in the morning. Mail posted after 12 pm on a Saturday will not be collected until the following Monday – and therefore may not be delivered until the next Tuesday or Wednesday. Always post your mail on a weekday or a Saturday morning! This should guarantee prompt delivery.