Exceeding Your Expectations
MORE THAN JUST A SHOP
Broadhempston Community Shop is more than just a shop, it is a vibrant hub of the village and also serves our neighbouring communities and people passing through. It has been trading for over 100 years.
It’s a great place to greet friends and neighbours of all generations. Come what may you can rely on us for your provisions!
As well as the everyday staples we also stock local and artisan products. You would be amazed!
Our policy is never to profiteer from our customers, any surplus funds are reinvested into the shop and reflected in our prices.
Broadhempston Community Shop
Shop Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday - 8:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Sunday - 9:00am to 12 noon
Due to Covid-19 pandemic our current shop opening hours are:
9am to 4pm Monday to Friday
9am to 1pm Saturday
30 NOVEMBER 2020
SHOP OPEN HOURS
8.30am to 6pm Monday to Friday
9.00am to 1pm Saturday
Post Office Opening Hours:
Monday to Saturday - 9:00am to 12 noon
Due to Covid-19 pandemic our current Post Opening opening hours are:
9am to 12 noon Monday to Friday
28 Nov to 16 Jan 2021
P.O. OPEN HOURS
9.00am to 1pm Monday to Saturday
Join your friends and neighbours by becoming a shareholder of Broadhempston Community Shop for just £10.
As Broadhempston Community Shop is a business that is run by the community for the community, the success of the shop relies on support from people like you.
The more people who become involved, the more chance the shop has of continuing to thrive, so join today by downloading and completing the shareholder application form and returning it to us at the shop.
What are Community Shares?
Community shares are what you will get in return for investing in Broadhempston Community Shop. They are an ideal way for communities to invest in enterprises serving a community purpose.
The opportunity to buy shares allows local people to contribute financially to our community shop, in the expectation of receiving a social dividend rather than a financial return. This social dividend will mean different things to different people, but may include:
Having a shop in the village to get daily staples – milk, bread, newspapers, and so much more.
Providing a ‘community hub’ where people can meet, make friends and exchange information.
Getting people out and about, walking around the village and bumping into friends and neighbours.
Ensuring good quality produce is available in the village, supporting local producers and reducing food miles.
Reducing car journeys to supermarkets and other shops.
Making the area a more desirable place to live and to positively affect house values.
You will be able to vote at the AGM and stand for election to the management committee if you wish to become more involved.