Stoke Community Shop 2nd Anniversary Window March 2022

Your local community-run convenience store

Stoke-sub-Hamdon Community Shop is run and funded by the people of the village. We also have a Post Office service three days a week offering standard counter services. Check out our facebook page for daily updates and special offers.

Community Shop opening hours

  • Monday to Friday: 8am – 4.30pm
  • Saturday: 8am – 4pm
  • Sunday: 8.30am – 12.30pm

Post Office opening hours

  • Monday: 9am – 12 midday
  • Thursday: 1pm – 4pm
  • Friday: 9am – 12 midday

What we sell

  • Groceries, wholefoods and general household goods
  • Bio-D cleaning and laundry refills – bring your own container to top up on eco-friendly washing-up, laundry and cleaning liquids plus hand and body cleansers
  • Newspapers, magazines, stationery and greetings cards
  • Alcohol and tobacco
  • Fresh bread, pies and pastries
  • Biscuits, cakes, soft drinks, confectionary and ice cream
  • Meat from local butcher Kevin McAdam
  • Unhomogenised Somerset milk and cream from Bruton Dairy
  • Vegan and vegetarian produce
  • Frozen foods and ready meals
  • and much more!

Place orders with us for

  • Daily deliveries of fresh bread, pastries and pies fresh from award-winning local bakery Bakery Roy-Al
  • Newspaper and magazines. We stock a wide range of daily newspapers and periodicals.

Pop in to the shop to place your order, or phone 01935 509100.

Please pick up your reserved newspapers and bread orders by:

  • 15.30, Monday to Saturday
  • 12 midday, Sunday  

Our services

Orders and home deliveries

If you are self-isolating /shielding or have problems getting out and about, Stoke Community Help Project can help you with orders and home deliveries of shopping, prescriptions and more.

Gas and electricity top-ups and bill payments

We are a Payzone store so you can:

  • top up your gas key and electricity and gas cards with suppliers including British Gas, Scottish Power, E-on, EDF and N-Power
  • pay other utilities bills such as water
  • top up your mobile phone credit.

We cannot take TV licence payments. TV Licensing explains how to pay for your licence using a payment card.

Parcel saves

If you’re waiting for a parcel delivery but know you won’t be at home to receive it, have it delivered to us instead. For a small fee, we will keep it safe until you pop in to pick it up. Please bring ID with you when collecting.

Charges per week per item

  • Small parcel: 50p
  • Medium parcel: £1
  • Large parcel £2

Ask for your parcels to be addressed to:

Stoke-sub-Hamdon Community Shop, 6b High Street, Stoke-sub-Hamdon, Somerset TA14 6PP