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Royal Mail has supported the NHS England and Public Health England ‘Stay Well This Winter’ campaign with a special postmark
Royal Mail issued a special postmark in support of the ‘Stay Well This Winter’ campaign by NHS England and Public Health England.
The Stay Well This Winter is a major drive to help people stay well. Winter can be a challenging time particularly for older people and those with long-term health conditions. The campaign focusses on helping people take the right actions to keep themselves well and avoid serious illness during colder months.
Royal Mail’s postmark was applied to millions of items of UK stamped mail nationwide from Monday 26 to Friday 30 October. It said ‘Stay Well This Winter’.
"We want to help people to stay healthy this winter"
Andrew Hammond from Royal Mail, said: “We want to help people to stay healthy this winter and especially as the weather starts to become colder. We hope that the postmark will help highlight where people can get the advice they need.”
"We are delighted that Royal mail is supporting the campaign"
Keith Willett, National Director for Acute Care for NHS England said: "We are delighted that Royal Mail is supporting the campaign. We need to reach as many people as possible to remind them of the importance of looking after themselves this winter and seeking advice early. So to have a prompt on millions of pieces of post is invaluable
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