Well done the British Public

#2
If people are putting false names on the parcels to make sure they get through, it proves people do care and they are sneaky! :thumright:
 
#3
Mmmmmmmm I wonder if that’s part of the reason my son and many others haven’t yet received, several of the properly addressed parcels from family and friends, sent well before the Christmas cut off date………….
 
#4
Bootneck-Mum said:
Mmmmmmmm I wonder if that’s part of the reason my son and many others haven’t yet received, several of the properly addressed parcels from family and friends, sent well before the Christmas cut off date………….
lets hope they do. The lads have had enough to go through over the last few weeks so a bit of home comforts wouldn't go amiss and isn't alot to ask.

Hope your lad is ok.
 
#5
Bootneck-Mum said:
Mmmmmmmm I wonder if that’s part of the reason my son and many others haven’t yet received, several of the properly addressed parcels from family and friends, sent well before the Christmas cut off date………….
Oh well.....Anyway

Thank You to the public for not putting up with inane rules and regs (as we HAVE to). Keep those parcels going they are ALL appreciated, every one.
:)
 

wet_blobby

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#6
Bootneck-Mum said:
Mmmmmmmm I wonder if that’s part of the reason my son and many others haven’t yet received, several of the properly addressed parcels from family and friends, sent well before the Christmas cut off date………….
They will be just as appriciated a few days late as a few days early, they'll get them and love 'em. AND love you for sending them.
 
#7
Fantastic. It's been a while coming but really nice to see the levels of support building for the troops. The important thing now is to keep it going and not to let it die. If the MOD are concerned about the strain on the logistics infrastructure in country then perhaps a compromise could be reached where some one co-ordinates receipt of the goods in the the UK and batch them up for onward transmission.

SF
 
#8
NotmeChief said:
Public ignore pleas to stop sending parcels to warzone
THE British public has refused to bow to pressure to stop sending unsolicited mail to troops in Afghanistan.
Service personnel have received tens of thousands of parcels over the Christmas period.
http://www.thisisplymouth.co.uk/new...ls-warzone/article-570163-detail/article.html

Stuff the MoD.
Fully agree the bunch of shiny arsed, desk jockey civil servants that they are to be sure.
 

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