We are looking for a Part-time Post Office Assistant

to provide Post Office counter services.  Relevant experience desirable but not essential as training will be provided.

Working 18 hours a week, the successful applicant will join our Stock Manager and a large committed team of volunteers.  Requests for job-sharing and further hours would be considered.

Further details available at www.wm1jobs.com where you can contact us for an application pack.

 

Yarpole Community Shop Association Ltd. (The Shop in the Church).

Yarpole Shop logo5 of 5 stars The regular shop opening hours are –                                      

Monday to Wednesday – 9.00am to 1.00pm & 3.00pm to 5.00pm  

Open Thursday & Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm      

Saturday – 9.00am to 1.00pm

Sunday & Bank Holidays – 10.30am to 12.00 midday

Post Office open 9-12midday Monday to Saturday.

Telephone: 01568 780148    Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.                           

Gallery cafe open Monday to Saturday 10.30am to 12.30pm (Serving light lunches until 2.00pm on Thursday's and Friday's).

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The first community shop to receive the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service.

Queens Award for Voluntary Service

We are a community run village shop based in St Leonard's church, Yarpole, Leominster, Herefordshire HR6 0BD.

Learn our history in About Us.

We are the first full-time shop in a church, open 7 days a week, run completely by volunteers. Come and visit us!

 

The Community, the Shop and the Bell Inn - together.

The Shop Board would like to inform shareholders, customers and parishioners that the Board has elected to offer an interest free loan to the Mortimer Community Benefit Society of £10,000 to assist with its efforts in purchasing the Bell Inn for the Community.


It is worth remembering that in 2009, a £20,000 grant was provided to the Church under the auspices of the development of the shop as it moved into its new home in the Church. This earlier action and the proposed assistance with the financing of the pub indicate one of the shop’s main aims which is to support relevant community enterprises in the parish. This sort of support is, indeed, explicitly defined within the constitution of the Yarpole Community Shop Association Ltd.


We would like to congratulate the Mortimer Community Benefit Society for all its efforts and wish it well in its future role representing the shareholder ownership of The Bell Inn.

Yarpole Community Shop Board.

 

  The Shop was voted Best Village Shop & Post Office in the UK in 2010 in the Countryside Alliance Awards. A group from the shop travelled to the House of Lords to be presented with the award.  

Yarpole Shop volunteers outside the Houses of Parliament

 

 

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