POST Office bosses say the are looking at options to reinstate services in Kinver village following the closure of the High Street facility.

Kinver Post Office closed at the end of June after the resignation of the postmaster.

But Post Office chiefs have branded the closure temporary and say they hope to reinstate the village service and are working hard to find a solution for the community.

A Post Office spokesperson said: “We know how important Post Office services are to people in Kinver and we apologise to customers for any inconvenience caused.

"Any customers wishing to access Post Office services may do so from any convenient Post Office branch, including Potter’s Cross Post Office and Cookley Post Office.

“We would like to assure customers that we are currently investigating the options available which will enable us to reinstate a Post Office service to the local community.”

Kinver resident Graham Gough said he was “disappointed” to see the High Street branch had closed and he added: “It’s been a post office for the last 50 years and most people use it. It was convenient for many people as it was right in the middle of the village.”

He said the next nearest branch at Potter’s Cross “is nearly a mile from the centre of the village”.

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