The Royal Gibraltar Post Office has today launched their new website, www.post.gi. The website features a clean, smart, and uncluttered design intended to impart information clearly and effectively. It also has a tablet/ smart phone friendly format.
The Track and Trace feature is aimed at providing information on all bar-coded services, for both outgoing as well as incoming mail items. To make use of this service just type the postal reference number (normally next to the barcode) without any spaces (eg- RR123456789GI) in the field provided.
Plater Youth Club, in conjunction with the RGP, opened its doors to the many young families in our community on Sunday 7th April as part of the Club’s Spring Fun Day. A group of the Club’s younger regulars had also volunteered to help out with the food and refreshments.
A pleasant variety of amusing activities were on offer on the day, comprising superhero demonstrations, different games, treasure hunts, face painting and a fun photo booth experience. Hot dogs and flavoursome drinks were served, much to the delight of many. Ultimately, the Fun Day had proved to be just that – a fun packed and thoroughly enjoyed event for all involved. Bringing about so much joy to young people in particular always corroborates to being a very uplifting and rewarding affair. It is also one of the reasons the Youth Services constantly endeavours to cater, host and partake in such events.