Week St. Mary Community Shop & Post Office

Officially opened 8th April 2017

01288 341230

Shop Services

Foods etc

Fresh fruit & vegetables
Bread & cakes from village bakery
Local meat & dairy produce
Daily papers and magazines
Provisions, pharmacy
Household supplies
Frozen produce & ice creams
Confectionery

Local Suppliers:
The majority of the shop’s regular suppliers are based in Cornwall or Devon.

Those listed below are very local:

The Cornish Farmhouse Bacon Co.
Hillcrest Bakery
Pennymill Eggs
Swannacott Manor Meats

General Services

General stationery
Greeting cards
Alcohol & cigarettes
Flowers & plants
Lottery terminal
Dry cleaning
Parcel drop off

We are increasing and improving our stock lines. Please let us know if we don’t have what you want.

Look out for our Week St Mary own label products.

Volunteers are always needed in the shop in a variety of roles.
(You do not have to use the till.)
Please speak to Caroline or Rosemarie if you are interested in helping.

Post Office

Stamps / Postage
Postal Orders
Phone top-ups
Rod Licences
Home Shopping Returns

Bill Payments:
South West Water, EDF,
British Gas, Council Tax,
& British Telecom

Personal Banking:
Cash withdrawals/Deposits
Lloyds, TSB, Halifax, HSBC,
First Direct, NatWest,
Santander, Barclays,
Clydesdale, Yorkhire Bank,
Co-op/Smile  

The shop is owned by the community and run by the Manager, Jackie and a team of volunteers, both visible and invisible. We are increasing and improving our stock lines. 


Please let us know if we don’t have what you want.

Remember: Spend a little less elsewhere and make a BIG difference here …

Issued by The Management Committee of Week St. Mary Community Shop Ltd, a Community Benefit Society registered under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014. Registered No: 7467

Registered Office: Week St. Mary Parish Council Office, Week St. Mary, Holsworthy, Devon EX22 6UL

50º 45'03.84N  4º 30'01.39W      OS: SX 237977      Elevation: 142m

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