November 18, 2018
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The Village Shop

Telephone : 01398 371531

Stocking : Vegetables and locally sourced eggs, Meat and dairy produce including local trout terrine, bacon, sausages and beefburgers, Newspapers and magazines, Brompton Regis honey...and much more!

Open 9am - 1pm Monday - Saturday

Latest News

The calendars and cards have arrived!

We’ve kept the prices unchanged from last year. The 2019 Brompton Regis Calendar is £5.95 and a pack of four (different) Christmas cards is £2.80. Single Christmas cards cost £1.20 as do the cards without a message (again, four designs to choose from). So, buy now for yourself, family and friends. There are some glorious pictures of Brompton Regis, its surroundings and its inhabitants.

You may recall in the news some months ago that milk prices were going up nationally. To avoid a significant increase for our customers, Trish negotiated a good deal with a new supplier. Conveniently, the milk now comes with Edd’s fruit and veg. deliveries.

For the forward planners among us, please note that, to avoid clashing with other local meetings, the 2019 Annual Members Meeting (‘AGM’) of the Village Shop Society has been changed to Wednesday 15th May at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. Mark it on your 2019 Brompton Regis Calendar now.

We all thank you, our customers, for your support and trust that together we can keep our community shop in robust health.

Phil Barnard

Brompton Regis Village Shop


Our Manager - Trish

A reminder that fresh vegetables and fruit may be ordered in the shop for next day delivery. Also, if you have any spare bedding plants or other surplus garden stock, Trish will be delighted to take them off your hands for sale in the shop.

Fancy something special on toast? We stock Exmoor Fisheries smoked trout terrine. It is made from rainbow trout that are farmed sustainably at the fishery in Hartford, Brompton Regis. Enjoy this speciality, spread on toast or crackers.

Having a fry-up? Kendle Farm is a family farm in Exton that breeds, rears and butchers their own pork. They deliver sausages and bacon to the shop, all packed up and ready to buy.

Finally, a plea. Please don’t use the shop rubbish bin (near the bottom of the steps in the carpark). It is specifically provided for the shop and we pay for it! Thank you.

A final request: please let Trish or one of the volunteers know if there are any other products or brands you would like the shop to stock, and we’ll try to oblige.

Phil Barnard.

Please note: The Annual Members Meeting (‘AGM’) of the BRVS Society was held on 25th April in the Village Hall. Click on the Annual Member's Meeting to download the minutes of the meeting.

Shop Gallery

Some of the Shop Volunteers - 2018