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Fresh Bread, Meat, Savouries, Fruit and Vegetables

The Plymtree Community Shop – see our history – provides an important social hub to the community as well as supplying all basic Grocery and Household products, Tobacco, Wines and Spirits, Meat, Bread, Dairy, Newspapers and Stationery. A free, high-speed, Wi-Fi internet connection is offered.
Post Office services are also available three times a week.

It is the shop’s policy to provide Plymtree with a sustainable and viable shop, supplying quality produce at high street prices. It offers an excellent range of goods and value for money.

Our manager, Paul, and all the hard working volunteers will be happy to serve you!

Orders for meat, bread and cakes are welcomed and encouraged.

Three days a week there are deliveries of Milk and Dairy produce including yogurts, cheese, butter and spreads. There is always an excellent range of cheese available and requests are considered subject to availability.

Fresh orders are taken weekly for delivery and collection on Wednesdays, be prompt!

There is also a dry cleaning service collecting /delivering every Thursday, and Newspaper (newspaper vouchers accepted) and Magazine ordering service.

The shop provides an accounts facility to Plymtree residents who regularly use the shop and there is card payment and cash back facility.

Don’t miss the Notices – there are news and information boards both in and outside the shop and you can see our feed below or

Opening TimesShopPost office
Monday8 am – 7 pm9.30 am – 12.30 pm
Tuesday 8 am – 7 pm
Wednesday 8 am – 7 pm Closed during Covid-19 crisis
Thursday 8 am – 7 pm
Friday8 am – 7 pm9.30 am – 12.30 pm
Saturday8 am – 1 pm
Sunday8.30 am – 11 am

The shop is well stocked with all essential items today. It was great to see a steady flow of shoppers making the most of our essential community asset.

It was good to see customers taking note of our guidance on the front door which reminds us all to observe social distancing guidance and asks customers to be patient whilst we have a maximum of two people in the shop at a time. Thanks to all.
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The Post Office in our village shop will no longer be open on Wednesdays. However you can still use the Post Office services as normal on Monday and Friday mornings 9.30 to 12.30. ...

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Paul, the shop manager, is still making food runs for:
* meat from Veyseys
* fresh fruit and vegetables from a local farm shop
Despite our normal supplier not being able to provide cakes, a local bakery is able to deliver bread, hot cross buns etc and milk is still being delivered as usual.
The shop is pretty well stocked for those shopping trips for essentials.
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Your village shop is pretty well stocked with provisions.
To keep everyone safe, please observe the following:
* don't enter if you are unwell, knock for staff to come to the door
* if at all possible sanitise hands before and after using the the shop
* maximum of 2 customers at once and only one under 18 year old
* please use a basket
* only touch items you intend to buy
* put fruit and veg into brown bags provided
* leave the shop via the back door
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