The much-needed service has been closed now for more than six weeks after a note appeared on the office window.
The sign simply informed customers that due to circumstances beyond An Post’s control, the post office was closed.
Management are making no official comment on the matter but it is believed an incident at the post office is being investigated.
A committee set-up by local residents following the closure of the post office has now been told that management at An Post will meet them to discuss the matter.
A public meeting held recently in the village was attended by more than 100 people including Deputies Thomas Pringle and Pearse Doherty.
Because management form An Post are on holiday leave at present, no date could be given for the meeting.