City Link depots in Bristol, Gloucester, Cribbs Causeway and Swindon are opening today so customers can pick up their parcels.
The courier firm stopped trading on Christmas Eve when it went into administration.
The business has ceased to accept new parcels from customers and its depots will remain open for a short period of time to enable customers or intended recipients to collect parcels.
Those customers who placed parcels with City Link on Christmas Eve for delivery are urged to go to the depot to retrieve their parcels as soon as possible. Any intended recipients who have been notified of a failed delivery are also urged to go to the depot to collect their parcel as soon as possible.
The depots will reopen following the Christmas holiday break on Monday 29 December 2014 to enable parties to collect parcels.
City Link will no longer be able to deliver any further parcels and customers are urged to make alternative arrangements for future deliveries.
Parcel delivery company City Link Limited has gone into administration, with hundreds of jobs in the West at stake.
Administrators Ernst and Young took over the company on Christmas Eve.
It's likely to affect several depots and smaller delivery firms here who subcontract for the Company
Those worried about parcels are being told to call the helpline and to collect their packages from the depots on Monday.
The Deputy Prime Minister has been in Swindon to sign a contract that will bring up to one thousand five hundred jobs to the area.
The growth deal will mean more than £129 million investment in the region. It will see 2000 homes being built by 2021. The plan also include new transport schemes and a science park at Porton Down.
For many in Bath, the festive season doesn't really start until the Christmas Market opens.
Last year the market brought in an estimated £36m of revenue across the city.
Rob Murphy has been exploring:
The Chancellor, George Osborne, has been continuing his visit to the region by touring an engineering factory in Bath. He went to the production line at Rotork, which employs more than 300 people and exports industrial equipment around the world.
He highlighted Bath's traffic problems as an issue that could hold back the local economy.
Chancellor George Osborne has announced plans for a total overhaul of the "badly-designed" stamp duty system paid on the purchases of homes.
The reform will mean new marginal rates that the Chancellor says will mean a stamp duty cut for 98% of homebuyers.
- No tax on first £125,000 paid
- 2% on the portion up to £250,000
- 5% up to £925,000
- 10% up to £1.5 million
- 12% on everything over that
Air Passenger Duty will be scrapped for all children by 2016, Chancellor George Osborne has announced.
"We’re going to require airlines to list the charges separately from taxes on tickets, but I also want to reduce the cost of those tickets for families directly.
"From the 1st May next year, Air Passenger Duty for children under 12 will be abolished. From the following year, we’ll get rid of APD for children under 16 altogether."
ITV News Consumer Editor Chris Choi tweeted: "Birmingham family with 2 young children welcomes cut in air passenger duty."
"They will save £170 on planned flight to Dubai."
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