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LETTERBOX Recruiting has scooped a prestigious award ensuring they are now in the top 7% of UK companies to attain the Investors in People Gold Award.
Each letterbox comes with 15 note cards that will inspire dads to pick up a pen and write a sincere message that their children can preserve forever.
Despite having only launched ten days ago, Local Letterbox has already amassed interest from over 300 dedicated franchisees who aim to join its fast-growing network.
com The original idea started by selling gift items that would fit through a standard letterbox so the recipient did not have to wait in, but the business has now branched out to also sell a wider range of goods including larger items.
A thief stole a Ford Galaxy earlier this week after pushing a fishing rod through the letterbox of a home in Southbank Road, Coundon, to get keys left near the front door.
One lunchtime I heard the letterbox rattle and as I made my way to the front door I was just in time to see the Royal Mail delivery man shutting my gate and getting back into his van.
Dan Eggleton, 17, phoned his shop for help after smelling gas as he opened the 72-year-old's letterbox.
A NEW stamp celebrating the Victorian letterbox is to be launched today.