Jay started BMX racing since he was 9 years old. Jay’s dad, Scott Main, who has been a postman in East Kilbride Delivery Office for 24yrs, has followed in his son’s footsteps and is now also a champion himself finishing 6th nationally and qualifying for competing in Nantes next year. Meanwhile Jay who is now […]Read More
Manjit Ugra has worked at Slough delivery office for almost 30 years and secured funding from the Postal Family Fund – which provides bursaries for the families of colleagues who need financial support – for his son Jay to study economics at the University of Birmingham. While studying, Jay got a place on technology consultancy […]Read More
The 15-year-old daughter of a Royal Mail postman, Adunola Showemimo, has had a book on mental health for teens, “People Like Us”, published last November. Adunola has worked at the Stanstead Airport cargo section as an OPG for 10 years. His daughter, Esther, wrote the book with a 16-year-old friend, Daisy Robins, who shares her […]Read More
Greenwich University graduate Chelsie Read has landed her dream job working as a paramedic thanks to a bursary from the Postal Family Fund. After hearing about the scheme from a colleague, dad Graham applied and was awarded a grant worth £3,600, allowing his daughter to complete a three-year paramedic science degree. ‘It’s been a great […]Read More
Our grateful thanks to Civil Service Insurance Society (CSIS) Charity Fund for its very generous grant to Postal family Fund of £20,000 which will continue to support our postal families.Read More
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