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In what seems to be tradition, Royal Mail has unveiled its ‘Valentine’s postbox’ in the most romantic village in the UK, Lover.  

Ahead of 14 February, Royal Mail is once more sponsoring the village’s annual Lover Village Valentine Post. The village cupids will be stamping each card received via the Lover Village Valentine post service with their special postmark before it is sent on its way by the local postie. The village postal service helps everyone send a little love with a range of beautifully designed cards with personalised messages, all lovingly sealed with the Lover cachet stamp. Lover village provides a global service every year for Valentine’s Day having sent cards to every continent on the planet over the last few years it has been operating.

This year, the Darling Cafe in Lover will also be re-opening its doors, welcoming visitors to the village and giving the community a place to meet and socialise. The Lover village website (lover.org.uk) is already taking online orders and the pop up Post Office opened its doors on 5 February 2022. 

When it comes to sending Valentine’s Day parcels, online shoppers also have the option of having Valentine’s parcels collected from their doorstep with Royal Mail’s Parcel Collect. With this service, postmen and postwomen now collect parcels as well as deliver them on their daily round. Royal Mail’s Parcel Postboxes are another option for posting Valentine’s gifts to loved ones. In order to use these services, customers simply need to ensure they have already paid the correct postage to send their item. If an item does not have pre-paid postage such as a return, customers are able to pay for their postage online with Click & Drop® by visiting the Royal Mail App or website. 

Royal Mail is proud to continue to play a part in the charming Valentine’s service that Lover village provides each year. Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to let that special someone know how much you love them. Royal Mail continues to play the very important role we have of delivering cards, letters and gifts across the UK.

David Gold, Director of External Affairs & Policy, Royal Mail

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