Our Mission Statement.

• To provide a sustainable and attractive shop which will deliver valued products and services to the whole community.

• In addition the shop will enable social engagement across the whole parish and will use its surplus funds to develop the business and to support a range of community projects and needs.

Yarpole Community Shop Association privacy statement can be accessed here.

 

 

                Yarpole Community Shop (The Shop in the Church)

                                                               Green Lane Yarpole Leominster HR6 0BB

                                                     

 belltowerlogo2                                 5 of 5 stars            Shop open Monday to Friday – 9.00am to 5.00pm

                                              Saturday – 9.00am to 1.00pm

                                              Sunday & Bank Holidays - closed (pre-ordered newspapers available)

 Post Office                                                               

Post Office open 9.00 - 12 midday Monday to Saturday.                                              

        Royal Mail Collection 11.00am weekdays.                         

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

The Gallery café is open Monday to Wednesday and Saturdays 10.30 am - 12.30 pm

Thursdays and Fridays open 10.30 am - 4.00 pm with light lunches available from 12 -2 pm

See the Gallery Café page for more details.

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New members of the Shop Board are needed as some long serving members are retiring. For a Shop Board Nomination Form click here.


Christmas ordering

Remember if you want to order your Christmas Turkeys and/or hams sausages from Tudge then you will need to get your orders in asap!
Pick up a form from the shop.

Remember there are no deliveries from Tudge between Christmas and New Year so don’t forget to stock up in plenty of time if you are going to want a bacon or sausage sandwich on New Year’s Day! However, you can still have your speciality breads e.g. Corn Bread/Sourdough etc. Please have your orders for these in by Tuesday 29th December as we expect deliveries to be as usual this week but, we can confirm in the shop.

Stamps out
Don’t forget you have until 31st July to use up any old stamps you have (ones with no barcode on). If you would rather not then you can swap them for the new ones via the Royal Mail. If you do an internet search for “Royal Mail Swap Out Scheme” the web page will come up which has a form for you to use to send your old stamps back with.Remember the Post Office is separate to Royal Mail and so we are unable to swap them in the branch.

Christmas and New Year Shop hours
The shop will be open on Christmas Eve until 1 pm.

The shop and Post Office will then be closed Christmas Day, Monday the 26th, Tuesday the 27th and Monday the 2nd of January.

Christmas raffle
We will be continuing the tradition of raffling a ‘hamper’ again this year.
This time we have a beautiful wooden trug, made by Mr Cherrill, which is filled with luxury items from our Christmas range. £1 a ticket- buy in shop!

Finally, may we wish everyone a Happy Christmas and New Year.

Yarpole Community Shop gives £8,981.58 for local projects at the AGM.

Yarpole Community Shop Shareholders voted to fund all the projects which submitted applications for funding totalling nearly £9,000. This is a magnificent gesture from the Shop and emphasises its importance to the local community in returning profit back into the community. The Shop has given money each year, with the exception of last year due to Covid 19, to local projects ranging from money for the Church, the Gallery Café, the Parish Hall, the Dog Agility Group, the Youth Club, The Birchpoles singing group. Many of the new gates in the Parish, replacing old styles, have been funded by the Shop as well as the strimmer used by the footpaths team. Over the 8 years that the Shop has used its surplus funds in this way more than £20,000 has been distributed to the Community. This is a magnificent achievement for our Community Shop.

It is only possible if the Shop makes a profit and that is dependent on it being used by the community. Clearly Covid has provided an exceptional year but it was possible to source everything one needed from the Shop without leaving the Parish. The use of the Shop has dropped off since the easing of restrictions which will mean that the profit for next year may be lower and the possibility of such generous funding will be reduced. The Shop needs everyone in the community to support it on a regular basis.

Remember Waitrose or Aldi will not be giving the Parish any grant money next year!

The church, the Gallery Café and Yarpole Community Shop - the beating heart of our community.

 

Yarpole Community Shop account holders:

Message to all account holders. We would be very grateful if account holders could use BACS to settle their accounts on a monthly basis. Cheque and credit card payments incur the Shop in a charge.

If you are able to pay by BACS/Faster payment then these are the details you need:

Account Name: Yarpole Community Shop

Sort Code: 60-83-01

Account Number: 20387813

In the Reference field please enter the full name of the shop account holder whose account you are paying.

If you wish to become an account holder please use the link. Yarpole Shop Account Application Form.


Our shop and Post Office are what helps to make Yarpole the great place it is.

If you feel you would like to volunteer in either the Café or the Shop please follow the link. Volunteer here.


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 ParliamentCSA winner 2021 logoqueens award logo1

 

 

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