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The Wirral Scout & Guide Charity Post was founded in 1982 to deliver Christmas cards across the Wirral in support of local charities. It is a co-operative venture between 46 Scout Groups, 5 Guide Disticts and 3 Ranger Units who sell stamps to raise money and deliver Christmas Cards across the Wirral in time for Christmas each year.

PLEASE NOTE - Postboxes for 2016 have now closed.

Have a question about a delivery please read our Frequently asked questions by clicking here.

When will my cards be delivered?

Most cards should be delivered by Sunday 18th December. All cards are hand sorted and delivered by our team of volunteers. As we rely on the good will and time of our volunteers threr may be some circumstances cards may be delivered at anytime up until Christmas Eve.

I have a question about a delivery

To Contact us about a delivery or for further information please click here

How can I give you feedback?

To Complete our customer survey and help us make the post even better next year please click here

Are you a #WirralPostie?

We loved looking through your photos on social media last year and we're asking you all to join in again. Please encourage as many of our volunteers to help us spread the word about the Wirral Scout & Guide Christmas post through sharing thier photos with the hashtag #WirralPostie.

It's really easy to join in, just take a photo of yourself taking part in the post this year and then upload your picture to Twitter/Facebook/Instagram and tag it with the hashtag #WirralPostie

You could be selling stamps, sorting cards within your group or at the main sorting office or even out on your delivery round, we want to see as many pictures of our great volunteers out and about this year so get sharing!

We'll then re-post the best pictures here on our website and re-tweet them on our twitter stream.

*Please ensure when taking group selfies that you have permission from all parents of those young people featured in the photographs before sharing them on social media