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IM postcode area

Isle of Man postcode area
IM is located in the United Kingdom
IM
IM
Postcode area IM
Postcode area name Isle of Man
Post towns 1
Postcode districts 11
Postcode sectors 53
Postcodes (live) 4,846
Postcodes (total) 5,885
Statistics as at February 2012[1]

Postcodes were introduced in the Isle of Man in 1993, with the island becoming the IM postcode area. Each town or area is associated with one or more postal districts, assigned by Isle of Man Post Office. Outside of the larger towns, the postal districts are further broken down and each postal sector is assigned to a number of villages and settlements.

Coverage

The approximate coverage of the postal districts (and sectors, where relevant):

Postal district Post town Coverage
IM1 ISLE OF MAN Douglas
IM2 ISLE OF MAN Douglas
IM3 ISLE OF MAN Onchan
IM4 ISLE OF MAN Middle region:


1 Port Soderick and Santon
2 Greeba and Braddan
3 St John's and Foxdale
4 Braddan
5 Onchan
6 Baldrine
7 Laxey and Lonan

IM5 ISLE OF MAN


1 Peel
2 Peel
3 Patrick

IM6 ISLE OF MAN Kirk Michael
IM7 ISLE OF MAN North region:


1 Maughold
2 Sulby and Lezayre
3 Jurby
4 Andreas and Bride
5 Ballaugh

IM8 ISLE OF MAN Ramsey
IM9 ISLE OF MAN South region:


1 Castletown
2 Ballasalla
3 Malew
4 Arbory
5 Port St Mary
6 Port Erin

IM86 ISLE OF MAN PO boxes and large users
IM87 ISLE OF MAN PO boxes and large users
IM99 ISLE OF MAN PO boxes and large users

See also

References

  1. ^

External links

  • Isle of Man Post - Address Finder


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