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After more than 50 years of serving people in east Folkestone, this post office will be leaving its home on Black Bull Road.
The Post Office Headquarters has not yet confirmed the new location.
A Post Office spokesperson, said: "We are modernising our network of Post Offices across the UK.
“We fully understand the wish for apartments, including affordable housing in the village, but we believe there are better locations which are more suitable.”Failed previous tenancies by Punch Tavern has been given as a reason for a change of use however local people believe that a new entrepreneurial owner with vision could make a success of the business.
They would like Punch Taverns to place the Black Bull on the market to allow someone to buy it.
As the use of the local Post Office continues to decline, postmaster Bas Basra has decided to close his shop and hopes it will be moved to another store in Sidney Street.
Travel west over Tail Brig to the market town of Kirkby Stephen, south over the Buttertubs Pass to Hawes or North over the Stang Forest to Barnard Castle.
"We are due to re-open by Friday, March 17."We are sorry for any inconvenience caused but rest assured, we are coming back better than ever and exciting times lie in wait."The temporary closure of the branch comes after Dexters outlets in Louth and Lincoln closed their doors last month.
When the Lincoln branch closed, Dexters' parent company said it had sold the site and it was under new ownership.
We are not yet in a position to start this consultation."Mr Basra has been letting customers know about the move and has been overwhelmed by the response.
in the former Black Bull premises on Wrawby Street is expected to remain closed for most of the week.