Postal strike affects delivery of November’s CAT

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CAT LOGO_WITH BOXDelivery of CAT’s November issue is likely to be delayed due to the postal strike.

“We are due to be mailing the November issue around October 27 and 28,” said publisher Jim Foster.

“However, I have just heard that today’s postal strike is likely to be repeated at the end of next week.

“It therefore looks like the majority CAT subscribers will be affected, meaning their magazines will arrive later than usual.

“We’d like to apologise in advance for this delay and ask you to be patient: if you don’t get your copy next week, rest assured it will be winging its way to you.”

In the meantime, CAT’s management have arranged for extra copies to be printed, so if you don’t get your copy, email Jim at jim.foster@haymarket.com and he will ensure you get one.

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