There are 13.9m people in the UK that have a disability - that’s 1 in 4 people. Disability can affect anyone and everyone. These can be congenital conditions or can be thrust upon someone at any point throughout their life. These conditions may be small or life changing but all of them aren’t unique in the fact they require a different way of thinking, coping plans or sometimes even a bit of help from friends and family.
At Post Office, commitment is how we get things done – it’s our decisive delivery that drives our business. This People Award category was created to recognise people who have pushed forward, through challenges and overcome barriers, whilst staying focussed on the final result.
The Aberdeen Shift Manager talks about his achievement and what inspired him.
Pontrilas runs the C.A.R.E programme supporting vulnerable local residents, earning their Post Office a special place in the heart of the community and a place in the IAA finals.
Staff at Berryden Post Office, Aberdeen, have gone above and beyond in helping a little customer with a slightly unusual request…
Norman ‘Dixie’ Dean, Subpostmaster of Pontycymer Post Office, is the Poppy Appeal Organiser and Branch Secretary of the Garw Valley Branch the Royal British Legion. Since 2005, the soldier-turned-postmaster has raised thousands of pounds through running the Poppy Appeal Concert in the heart of the South Wales Valleys.