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Wakefield Magazine Pack

Please be aware that Wakefield have encountered some operational issues along with incremental weather issues which has impacted yesterday’s magazine pack across a few of our branches where magazines are packed from our Wakefield Hub.

The branch are in the process of implementing contingency plans to mitigate any ongoing impacts.

This has affected all customers serviced by our Wakefield, Sheffield, York, Stockton and Dundee depots.

Customers serviced by our Wakefield and Sheffield depot and approximately 50% of customers serviced by our York and Stockton depot will receive no magazine deliveries today.

Due to the incremental weather, deliveries into Dundee depot arrived late and therefore did not meet outbound delivery vehicles, as such, customers will not receive a magazine delivery today.

As a result of the above issues, magazine deliveries are scheduled to be made alongside live news on Friday 2nd February.

We appreciate your support and patience as we work to mitigate the impact to your stores.

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