There are over 480 Post Offices outlets in Northern Ireland which provide access to many important services.
- Send letters and parcels;
- Collect online shopping;
- Collect pensions and benefits; and
- Withdraw money from and deposit money into many personal banking accounts
Finding your nearest branch
Find your nearest branch on the Post Office website, its opening hours and what services are available.
Unhappy with the service? How to complain
It is important to complain so the Post Office can look into your concerns. You can:
- Complete the Post Office's online complaint form.
- Call Post Office on 0345 611 2970 or textphone on 03457 22 33 55.
- Write to:
Post Office Customer Care
PO Box 740
Remember, if it is a postal complaint check out our postal tool and our Making a Postal Complaint guide.
Changes to your Post Office
Post Offices can relocate, close or new outlets can open. When changes happen or are being proposed it is important that the Post Office lets you know what is happening and why.
With the Post Office we have agreed when and how it will communicate changes about Post Offices in Northern Ireland. To find out more click here.
Being heard and making a difference
When the Post Office is looking for your view on changes make sure you are involved and let them know what you think.
Since 2014, the Post Office has consulted on 84 relocations in Northern Ireland. More than 5,800 consumers provided feedback. We have represented your views in these cases and working with the Post Office this led to improvements to 56% of the proposals where the Post Office relocated.