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How Do You Find A Postcode?

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Amit Singh answered
  Finding a postcode of your area is as easy as eating a piece of cake. Well there are different ways of finding an area post code. The simplest way is just by asking someone, it may be your friend who stays in the same area or any other stranger may help you with it. You do not think this is going to work then you can just go to your nearest post office and ask for the information, it is understand able that you will get your answer from here. These are the people who are experts and are well known to the area. You can even check in to any directory which has address details there you may find the post code you require.

  If you feel that none of the above methods are going to work, then you can try searching on internet. You can try finding on search engines like Yahoo or Google. You can even find a post code with the help of this link www.postcodeanywhere.co.uk
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A postcode, typically called a postal code essentially refers to a series of letters, possibly and/or digits affixed to a given postal address so as to sort mail.

Go to www.royalmail.com/ and click "Postcode finder". Another site is www.postcodeanywhere.co.uk/home/finder.aspx offering 5 free searches per diem. You can always instead ask around or check with your local post office.  

It's sometimes termed as a post code or ZIP code. An interesting fact is Germany was actually the very first country that brought in a postal code system back in the year 1941 while in the year 1959 the United Kingdom did the same. In the year 1963, the United States introduced the system as well. In the UK, you find postcodes are alphanumeric, stretched from six to eight characters in length (which includes a single space).

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