Welcome to our shop
The Village Shop at Beech Hill is a unique shopping experience set in a quiet village just off junction 11 of the M4 providing fresh local produce including milk, eggs, fruit & vegetables, meat and fish, as well as soft drinks, tea, coffee, beer, wine and magazines.
It is a community-owned shop located within a Grade 2-listed church designed by renowned Victorian architect William Butterfield with a wonderful array of stained glass windows.
The shop aims to provide quality fresh local produce at reasonable prices whilst maintaining the church’s integrity. It is designed specifically to fit in with the church and to be hidden away for services.
We also have Butterfield’s Tearoom within the church which supplies beverages, homemade cakes and sandwiches as a takeaway or eat-in service.
If you live in Beech Hill you will find the village shop a delightful place to buy all your food needs locally, as well as meet and chat with neighbours and perhaps enjoy a cup of tea or coffee. If you are passing through, take a moment to call in, enjoy a peaceful moment looking around the church and browse the gifts and yummy produce on offer.
The shop is managed by Sam and Jude with a great team of volunteers. They will do everything they can to make you feel welcome and fulfill any special needs: anything from a gluten-free cream tea to a sack of carrots for your ponies. We cater for all ages, with a toy basket and wooden till to play shops with for the children whilst mum and dad browse or have a cup of tea. We also cater for business lunches held in the nearby Memorial Hall and at local businesses. For example, a homemade sandwich, crisps, fruit, cake and a drink will cost only £6.50 per head. Give us a call and we will do our best to meet your needs because we are here to serve our community.