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Jim McCafferty’s comment: PUDO services haven’t been for Evri-body so far

Festive greetings everyone,As the welcome Christmas rush gets into full swing, we continue to face many issues. With PUDO, as the Evri service rollout continues, there are emerging procedural complic...

Dec 5, 2023 |


An information session was held at Holyrood on Wednesday 31 May, 6-8pm. The event was organised by the NFSP to allow MSPs to talk to Postmasters and understand the issues they were facing, and hear of...

Jun 12, 2023 |

Free POS materials to get you ready for Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day remains one of the biggest greeting card events of the year. Make sure you are well stocked and have allocated a special Valentines promotional area to your store. How about creat...

Jan 17, 2022 |

Mental health – looking after yourself and your staff this winter

Winter can be a difficult time of year. With the darker nights, the stresses and strains of the Christmas rush and the added pressure of COVID-19, it’s important to look after your mental health...

Dec 6, 2021 |

Cash counters and Scottish banknotes - what to do if you've been experiencing problems

A number of NFSP members have reported issues with cash counters failing to register Scottish banknotes – particularly the new RBS polymer banknotes. The NFSP recently contacted our cash-co...

Nov 25, 2021 |

Polymer banknotes - how to spot fakes

Although polymer (plastic) banknotes have been designed to make forgeries more difficult, this hasn't stopped criminals from trying.Because of the frequency with which NFSP members have ment...

Nov 16, 2021 |

May 2021 Local Elections

Last month, the government announced that May’s local elections will be going ahead as planned despite the pandemic, this includes those postponed in 2020. Due to the number of people shielding...

Mar 23, 2021 |