Time of year
Lindahoo wrote a review Oct 2020
Cheshire, United Kingdom19 contributions11 helpful votes
What a novel idea a shop in a church. It also has a coffee shop doing drinks and great home made cakes At the moment there is a marquee outside as well as outside tables and chairs so very CoVid friendly.
Date of experience: October 2020
louise g wrote a review Aug 2020
Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom133 contributions73 helpful votes
Great little shop serving the village of Yarpole. Need to wash hands before entering and then two people max at a time. You can see what they stock as they have a list on their website. As we were camping at site nearby, this is a really useful little place.
Date of experience: August 2020
2 Helpful votes
Anne D wrote a review Feb 2020
Very well stocked shop with lots of locally produced interesting food and a really good selection of greeting cards.
Date of experience: February 2020
495jfoster wrote a review Oct 2017
Boston, Massachusetts14 contributions6 helpful votes
I visited the shop and café several times, because I was self-catering in the area-I had to have a coffee with a slice of excellent cake-even requested one-the non-Bakewell one-to take to friends for tea...a great place for a friendly chat, a snack and local food...also the bell tower is quite well laid out with all the info one would need about the ancient building. I haven't had the right timing for a bacon buddy...but there IS next year-glad you all are there doing an excellent job....these local connection are so necessary and wonderful to have!…
Date of experience: September 2017
Plum68London wrote a review Aug 2017
London8 contributions1 helpful vote
My husband and I holiday in the area every year with our two children (age 11 and 12), we have popped in in previous years to use the very well stocked community shop but this year stopped by for mid morning coffee. So glad we did!! Staff are incredibly friendly and chatty, food very good. Children shared a brownie and had a hot chocolate each, husband and I had tea and coffee. Brownie vanished almost immediately even though the children had just had a large cooked breakfast. Fair trade tea and coffee very flavoursome, and how nice to be given hot water to top up the pot. Icing on the cake was the offer of tiny home baked shortbread biscuits to go with our drinks. Got chatting to a few other customers, found out one of the volunteer staff members used to live a mile or so from where we are in Kent, what a small and, at times, rather lovely world. Children's verdict - 10/10, A* go to the top of the class! We will be back to see you again next summer.…
Date of experience: August 2017