Cornish posties push the envelope

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The envelope had only a map with an arrow pointing to northern CornwallAnyone who’s ever had a problem with a Royal Mail delivery (that’s all of us, then) may be comforted to know that they can sometimes work miracles. A Christmas card sent to Cornwall, with only a vague map of its destination instead of an address, actually got delivered. Amazingly, the card, sent with with no street name, town or postcode, arrived with its intended recipient nine days later after a postal worker recognised the name of the addressee.

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