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Mail Guidelines for the Scotland/ Ireland Mission

At the beginning of each move cycle, Sister Jones will advise family and friends of her current address and the address to which packages/parcels or letters should be sent. It normally takes about two weeks for packages to arrive from North America. We encourage you to mail packages within the first two to three weeks of a six-week move cycle. Letters and packages sent during the last two weeks of a move cycle may arrive after a missionary has been transferred out of the zone to which the mail/packages were sent and could take an additional four to six weeks to be delivered.

Mail/Post: Normally letters can be sent directly to the missionary’s flat within the first four weeks of a move cycle. Letter sent to the Mission Home will be forwarded to those in Scotland and Northern Ireland, and held for those serving in the Republic of Ireland. Mail should be no larger than 9” (22.5 cm) x 6” (15 cam) x 3/16” (.5 cm) and weigh no more than 3.5 oz. (100 g). All letters and packages must have the missionary’s full first and last name. Airmail letter arrive in 6 to 7 days. Surface mail can take from 4 to 6 weeks.

Packages/Parcels: Packages should not be sent to the missionary’s flast, as they would usually not be at the flat when the package is delivered. When the recipient is not at home, the packages are sent to a distribution center which could be will outside of the missionary’s assigned area, and they would be unable to retrieve their package(s).

  • Packages for missionaries assigned to Scotland should be sent to the Mission Office in Edinburgh
  • Packages for missionaries assigned to Ireland or Northern Ireland should be sent to the addresses listed below according to which Zone they are assigned. We have made arrangements with local members in Belfast, Dublin and Limerick to have missionaries’ packages mailed to their business establishments where someone is available during normal business hours to receive them. The packages will then be picked up by mission leaders and delivered to the missionary.

Sister   Chalyse Jones

51   Spylaw Rd.

Edinburgh,   Scotland EH10 5BP


Dublin Zone

Sister   Chalyse Jones

The   Irish Association of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Limited

c/o   Alma Hygiene Ltd.

280   Bannow Rd

Cabra,   Dublin 7



Belfast Zone

Sister   Chalyse Jones

Scotland/Ireland   Mission

c/o   Belfast FM Group

Rosetta   Building

28-32   Annadale Avenue

Belfast   BT7 3JJ

Northern   Ireland

Limerick Zone

Sister   Chalyse Jones

The   Irish Association of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Limited

c/o   The Golf Department

Unit   1 Castletroy Shopping Centre

Castletrop,   Limerick


Mark all packages “PERSONAL BELONGINGS” or “GIFT”. This marking will help avoid any taxes, customs charges and/or handling fees.

It is not wise to declare a value of more than $50.00 as Sister Jones will have to pay an additional customs duty.

Packages sent to the Mission Office for missionaries that are serving in Ireland may not be delivered for an additional four weeks since those packages are only transported to Ireland by way of leader traveling to the country.

Thank you!!


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