Send a card; stay connected to your loved ones

By Alice on Monday April 13th 2020 at 08:53

With Royal Mail pledging to act as a ‘5th emergency service’ during this period of crisis, a cheerful letter or greeting card coming through the door is a way of bringing people together at a time when we are being asked to remain at a distance. We all know someone else who is isolated/working at home, so why not send them a card or a note to give them a bit of a lift.

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Our big cards are great for kid’s handwriting and for everyone in the house to sign, and they can be sent direct to the recipient (with a printed message inside).

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It’s also National Letter Writing Month - so it’s an even more perfect time to connect with your friends, family and penpals through snail mail.

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