A small army of volunteers will sort all cards by hand and before posting them through letterboxes.
Deliveries take place this year on the weekends of the 8th and 15th December.
Despite a drop in the number of people writing cards, they are still expecting to sort through around 400,000.
“With the internet now they’re becoming less of a thing. But receiving a Christmas card is one of the nicest things. If you can use the Wirral Charity Post as well it’s a way of benefiting your local community even further.” – Emily Sault
Listeners heard how the stamps have a new look this year, with a reindeer motif designed by local scout Lilly Holmes.
But Emily explained how people who have stamps left over from last year are still able to use them this Christmas.