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Topic: Shipping to Irish Republic?
Posted By: jackslad
Subject: Shipping to Irish Republic?
Date Posted: 11 February 2016 at 4:56pm
If you are shipping to Republic of Ireland you might find this website handy to verify addresses and the new postcodes in Ireland: https://finder.eircode.ie/#/

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Reflections of infinity, Hitchin



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Posted By: rscass
Date Posted: 11 February 2016 at 8:16pm
That's brilliant - thanks.

I've just done a search on a very rural address I ship to regularly. Mail is addressed to the individual's name, followed by village, followed by Galway, Ireland! According to the website, I have to position a marker over her house on the map and it will give me the postcode.

They don't do road names or house numbers in her village. The postie knows everybody - I expect they're wondering what they need a postcode for. My kind of place :)


Posted By: jackslad
Date Posted: 12 February 2016 at 12:57pm
The postcodes have been introduced to assist in the setting up of water rates for individual properties in the Republic. On a related subject I have just sent a parcel to Cambodia which had to contain the customers mobile phone numbers so the post man can track him down!

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Reflections of infinity, Hitchin



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