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Due to a reorganisation of the local postal routes from Banbury the BMAA post now arrives at 1135 in the morning rather than 0900. The result is that it is less likely that we can offer the same speed of service that we have been able to do in the past . Reducing the time available to process post prior to the afternoon collection at 1600 will mean that same day turn around is less likely. The change has occurred because the Post Office have "reorganised". It is unfortunate that the reorganisation of the Post Office for their benefit is at the expense of their customers and ultimately our members suffer. The alternatives offered to us were pay 4,000 to have dedicated postman to deliver just to us or employ a BMAA staff member to collect the post so the Post Office doesn't have to employ someone to deliver it.
 
We would encourage all members to use electronic communication as much as possible in future. You can now submit applications for Permit renewal by Fax [01869 337116]  or scan attached to an email [permits(at)bmaa.org]. We are always looking for opportunities to reduce the need for hard copy where we can.
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