A post office in Burton, which mysteriously closed in 2015 now has longer opening hours and will be serving customers 6 days a week.
Stapenhill Post Office in St Peter's Street now opens from 9am until 5.30pm Monday to Friday and on a Saturday between 9am and 1pm.
Councillor Bernard Peters, who represents Brizlincote for East Staffordshire Borough Council , has been campaigning for increased hours at the post office.
He said: "Residents will be pleased to see six day opening again at this Post Office. I have maintained a dialogue with the Post Office External Relationship team in an attempt to get full services reinstated. We welcome the new postmaster and look forward to being able to use the services."
The extended hours come after a new operator was appointed at the post office. The branch had previously been open for four days a week after the previous postmaster resigned last year.
It is not known why the post office closed in December 2015, but the branch reopened the following February after a temporary postmaster was appointed.
Local residents and small business customers will be able to access the wide range of Post Office services, including Special Delivery, Local Collect, home shopping returns, and make online banking cash deposits and withdrawals using a Post Office Card Account, send funds abroad using Moneygram, pay bills, pre-order travel money, apply for travel insurance and top up mobile phones.
Richard Hall, from the Post Office said: "We are delighted to restore extended opening hours to the community of Brizlincote and Stapenhill. We are making it easier for customers to get their cash, send and collect their mail and do their banking because we know how important these services are to local residents."
The extended hours come after a new seven-days-a-week post office has opened at the Ryman store in Station Street. The opening has been welcomed by Burton residents, who previously had to visit Asda in Orchard Street, after the previous post office relocated to the supermarket in 1997.