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Stutton Community Shop and Cafe

01473  328133

To meet Covid-19 guidance the Shop is now running an order and delivery or collect system. More information below.

Payment

Payment:

  • by card over the telephone

  • or by cheque

Customers can also set up an account with the shop.  Please email 

jennifermorris0@icloud.com 

if you wish to do this.

Open every day 
Monday to Friday 8.30 to 4.00 
Saturday 9.00 to 12.30 
Sunday 9.00 to 11.00

Bank Holidays 9 – 12.00.

We are doing our best to keep supplying our customers during these difficult times. Like many other shops we are running short of some items but will keep trying to restock.  If any of our customers have to self-isolate and need shopping delivered, do ring your Patch Co-ordinator (not the shop) that was on the leaflet popped through your door and we will do our best - working with Stutton Support Network - to help out.

The Shop is on the B1080 Manningtree to Holbrook Road between Bentley Lane and the Gardener’s Arms pub at the western end of the village.

 

Bus Service No. 92 Ipswich / East Bergholt buses pass through the village regularly and there is a bus stop adjacent to the Hall and Shop car-park.

Shop re-opening

Great news.  

Stutton Community Shop is opening its doors to customers on Monday 15th June.  

 

Opening hours will be Monday-Friday 9 -4; Saturday 9-12 and Sunday 9-11.  

 

Only two customers in the shop at a time and there will be a one way system around the shop, designed to facilitate social distancing, and the exit will be via the side door.  There will be hand sanitiser at the entrance for customers’ use.  The health of our customers and volunteers remains paramount and these arrangements will be kept under review. We are trying to be cash free and the cashback facility will not be available.  We will still take orders for delivery to customers who are shielding or self-isolating.

 

We look forward to seeing you and we thank you for your ongoing support.

 

We are doing our best to keep supplying our customers during these difficult times. Like many other shops we are running short of some items but will keep trying to restock.  If any of our customers have to self-isolate and need shopping delivered, do ring your Patch Co-ordinator (not the shop) that was on the leaflet popped through your door and we will do our best - working with Stutton Support Network - to help out.

Wholefood supplies - Did you know that we stock quite a range of wholefoods, some from Suma Co-operative and some supplied by Manningtree Wholefoods store? And we’re always willing to try and respond to requests.  We know it’s hard when you can’t come and browse in the shop, but do try ringing us to see if we have what you need.  

The Cheese and Pie Man ...

The Cheese and Pie Man will be selling his cheeses and pies outside Stutton Community Shop on Tuesday mornings starting this week https://www.thecheeseandpieman.co.uk

Fresh fish delivered to your door

Young's Fish will deliver fish to your door in IP9! Here's there extensive ordering page to download.  Click here for complete ordering list.

  • All orders must be in by 6pm Monday to guarantee availability

  • Orders by text message preferred. 07801 999400 (James Young) However there is an order line open between 12pm - 4pm every Monday

  • Deliveries every Wednesday between 9am - 6pm

The Shop is on the B1080 Manningtree to Holbrook Road between Bentley Lane and the Gardener’s Arms pub at the western end of the village.

 

Bus Service No. 92 Ipswich / East Bergholt buses pass through the village regularly and there is a bus stop adjacent to the Hall and Shop car-park.

Two views from our patio.  The garden is taking shape, done by our wonderful volunteers. 

We are a Community Interest Company - a company which is run for the benefit of the community and not for shareholders. Our assets can only be used to benefit the local community.

Did you know... ?

We are one of about 350 community shops in the UK

  • 94% of community shops survive long-term - we opened (in a portacabin) in 2008

  • Community shops recruit an average of 30 volunteers for each shop - we have 54

  • Commercial village shops are closing at the rate of about 300-400 per year. About 22 community shops are opened each year

  • Community shops, collectively, are estimated to save 4 million miles of car journeys a year.

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