Stutton Community Shop
Thriving, successful and run entirely by volunteers
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 us and we will do our best - working with Stutton Support Network - to help out.
Household items, staple foods, bread, milk
Fruit and vegetables
Locally sourced pies and quiches
Cakes and sandwiches made by villagers - at amazing prices
Seasonal produce from village gardens
Increasing selection of jams, chutneys, cakes, biscuits and scones
Wholefoods, frozen foods, bird seed and pet foods
Ice creams, soft drinks and sweets
Greetings cards, stamps
And we now stock organic seasonal veg from a local farm.
What we sell - from the village
Delicious home made jams, marmalades and chutneys at reasonable prices – with interesting and different ingredients as well as the usual favourites.
A range of delicious cakes
We are very fortunate that three of our Stutton residents supply the shop with slices of home-made cakes to have with your tea or coffee, either in the shop or to take home. A choice of delicious chocolate brownies, fruit loaf, sponge cakes and lots of other delicious cakes are usually on offer at very reasonable prices.
Margaret’s scones come in on Tuesdays – plain and cheese.
We've also just started stocking locally made apple pies, small and large.
local residents very kindly donate surplus produce during the summer months – so call in and see what is available.
Fruit and vegetables grown in the village
Local residents very kindly donate surplus produce during the summer months – so call in and see what is available.
what we sell - local produce
Lane Farm Country Foods at Brundish supply us with smoked and unsmoked bacon, sliced ham and also their prize-winning salami. "Lane Farm is a family run farm in its third decade of business. We produce a range of pork products from succulent ham, sausages to salami and bacon to burgers using only the finest and freshest meat reared on the farm itself. Our bacon is dry-cured by hand and is a genuine labour of love.The welfare of our pigs is always at the forefront of our minds and we’re proud to be members of the RSPCA Freedom Food Scheme.”
Country Pies, at Capel St Mary, supply us twice a week with small and large quiches Tarts and speciality quiches made with eggs from free range Havensfield, pork pies, Suffolk 'Dingley Dell' sausage rolls, pasties and a variety of small and large meat pies.
“With locally sourced ingredients, all our pies are hand crafted to traditional recipes. They’re only made to order, and we bake fresh on the morning of delivery. Country Pies have been baking pies for almost 20 years. We supply some of the country’s fine food establishments – including London’s top chefs – who appreciate the value of using only the finest ingredients in their pies.”
James White at Ashbocking supply us with their delicious bottled fruit juices including health-giving Beet. "For more than 25 years, we've been tasting, testing and experimenting to bring you our most delicious range of juices yet... Discover and enjoy our products, from our 'Classics' range of English apple juices to the lively organic vegetable juice collection - we pride ourselves on the fact that there's a James White juice for everyone and any occasion."
The fish we sell in the shop is from Paul Utting, a fisherman from Lowestoft, who delivers locally each week on Fridays. We can supply smoked mackerel, smoked haddock which you can find in the chiller, as well as cod and plaice fillets which we freeze along with his fish pie mixes.
Eggs are delivered each week from Gate Farm at Flowton, near Ipswich.
Potatoes and seasonal vegetables couldn’t be much closer as they come from Crag Pit Farm just outside Tattingstone.
We also now have organic seasonal vegetables supplied by Home Farm, Nacton.
Our bread comes from The Vicarage
Bakery in Dovercourt and includes both sliced and unsliced loaves, seeded bread as well as cheese baps and plain rolls.
We stock a good range of pulses, grains, nuts and other whole food items which we are fortunate to be able to sell at the same price as our supplier, The Wholefood Store in Manningtree. “Our ambition at The Wholefood Store has always been to seek out the highest quality food from local and international sources. Our passion is food, and we feel most passionate about food that is simple and unadulterated. We steer away from artificial additives, sweeteners, colourings, preservatives and hydrogenated fat. We are committed to selling good food that is ethically sourced, natural, GM free, organic and fair-trade.”
We also order from the Suma Wholefood Co-operative. This is a workers’ co-operative which is owned and managed by all their staff. "All our products are diligently sourced; all are vegetarian and where eggs are an ingredient, they are free-range. We stock organic versions of everything we can, support fair-trade as a licensee of the Fairtrade Foundation and all our bodycare, cosmetic and household products are cruelty-free.”
Dry cleaning by Danes
Drop off by Thursday for collection the following Thursday (for most items).
* Shirt Service
* Dry Cleaning
* Evening dresses
* Duvets, pillows and sleeping bags
* Soft furnishings
Look out for their regular offers of 3 items cleaned for a bargain price