BREDFIELD VILLAGE SHOP
Now in stock a big box of Seville oranges,
We are very pleased with the Fairfield crisps, from the Colne Valley
Look out for Spring produce as the days lengthen
A recent visitor to the shop said this
Bredfield Village Shop is situated next to the Village Hall, with ample parking, and the playing fields behind have a lovely view over the countryside as well as a great children’s Play Area.
Opening hours: Monday -Saturday 09.30-12.30
One of the earliest community shops, it has been going strong for nearly 30 years. It is now a Community Interest Company, run entirely by volunteers, and aims to support local businesses and employment. Any profits are put back into the community through donations to local projects and organisations, as well as different national charities each year.
This year the shop donated £100 each to
- East Anglian Air Ambulance
- Compassion in World Farming
- RNLI Aldeburgh
- The Brain Tumour Trust
The shop is well-stocked with a wide range of local products, as well as general groceries, organic health foods, and regular deliveries of fresh produce:
MILK: Tuesday and Saturday - British milk and yogurts delivered from Foulgers Dairy, Grundisburgh. Glass bottle option.
MEAT: Wednesday - High-welfare local meat from Clarkes at Bramfield,
BREAD: Tuesday and Friday - locally-baked bread, snacks and rolls from the Bakehouse, Woodbridge.
VEGETABLES: Tuesday - delivery of fresh fruit and veg from Newbourne every with additional market produce on Thursdays.
EGGS: gorgeous barn-raised, high welfare chicken eggs from Havensfield Eggs, Hoxne.
CHEESES: a choice of East Anglian cheeses and the rest of the UK
Bredfield honey and home-made preserves
Teas, coffees, hot chocolate and cold drinks served inside or out
Cards for all occasions
Photocopier and laminator
If you would like to place an order for any of the above, or have any special requests email Kate Pirkis or of course call in at the shop.
If you would like to volunteer to work in the shop – even 1 morning a month would be great – contact Linda Buckman
Please support the shop and encourage others to come - everybody welcome!