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Delivery timescale to Isle of Muck, Inner Hebrides

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DJY
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Delivery timescale to Isle of Muck, Inner Hebrides

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Does anyone know how long it takes for second class mail to reach the Inner Hebrides - in this case the Isle of Muck, which has a PH41 code?

I sent a parcel last Monday, 7th June and it reached Edinburgh Mail Centre on Wednesday 9th June, but since then there appears to be no further scans.

I know a Special Delivery can take up to three working days, according to the Royal Mail website - this parcel was sent Tracked 48 and it’s now about eight working days later. Is this normal?

Barcode is TQ062925006GB

Thanks in advance for any info.
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Re: Delivery timescale to Isle of Muck, Inner Hebrides

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I think your question is too specific to get an answer, unless a postie from that part of the world just happens to come on here. I suspect that each Hebridean Island is different. In the case of Muck, the ferry only runs 5 days a week, and that in itself will influence delivery times.
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