Tytherington Shop and Post Office
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Tytherington Village Shop
Tel: 01454 417618
Latest NewsLocal Greetings Cards
Local Dairy Farmer Rich Cornock has created his own greetings cards, using photographs taken at New House Farm in Tytherington.
The farm is run with great consideration for wildlife conservation, and the set of four cards reflects this.
The cards are now available to buy at the shop.
Volunteers needed for all shifts
The shop is run by volunteers but needs more to be able to continue with its current opening hours, particularly at weekends.
If you are interested in helping either on a casual or regular basis to cover 2hr shifts, please speak to Debbie in the shop or on 417618 or 07850 209574 to discuss the days and times at which you could help.
If Debbie is not available, please leave your contact details and she will contact you as soon as possible.
Tytherington Village Shop Association
The fourteenth AGM was well attended. The shop and Tytherington Outreach Post Office had a successful year in 2011/2012 with the accounts showing a small profit - an overall improvement on the previous year.
A small extension to the shop has been built allowing for better storage of stock and an area to prepare in the future hot and cold drinks/sandwiches etc for passing trade.
The additional opening hours of the post office (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday mornings and Wednesday afternoon) contributed towards increased use of the post office.
A copy of the Minutes of the AGM, the Chairman’s reports and the accounts are available to read in the shop.
The TVSA Committee wishes to thank its customers for their support of both the shop and post office and hope they will continue to do so over the coming year.
A Year on a Dairy Farm
Richard Cornock, from Tytherington's New House farm, has also published his first book, and you can buy your copy at the village shop.
In a beautiful and diverse collection of photographs, A Year on a Farm captures the day to day workings of a family-run farm. Tree planting, hedge laying, ploughing fields, planting maize, making hay, calving cows, picking fruit: these are all activities which make up the farming year, set against the striking changing landscape of the region.
As well as depicting the various activities which make up farming life, A Year on a Dairy Farm introduces the characters that make it happen, and the animals, farm, domestic and wild, which are the lifeblood of the farm. Originally intended as a very personal book for immediate family only, A Year on a Farm is a perfect record of what makes a dairy farm tick at all times of the year and in all weathers.
Click here to find out more...
Monthly Police Surgery
There is a local beat surgery where anyone can come and meet PC Natalie Draper and PCSO Dawn Golding and discuss any current issues at the village Shop every third Wednesay of the month.
Newspapers and Magazines
No need to miss out on your favourite paper or magazine if you're away from Tytherington during working hours.
Pre-ordered papers are left, clearly marked, in the box on the side of the shop for you to pick up at your convenience, and you can settle your account on a Saturday or Sunday.
Tytherington Outreach Post Office
- Letters and packages to post?
- Need stamps for bulk mailings/Christmas cards?
- Can’t get to Tytherington Post Office during its opening hours?
- Working and can’t face the lunch time queue at the Post Office near work?
For example: Customers have come into the shop when it opens at 7.30am, weighed their package(s) to get an idea of cost and left them and the cash for payment with a member of the shop staff to give to the Tytherington post office staff when the Post Office opens.
The receipt and any change have been left in the shop to be collected during shop opening hours when it is convenient for the customer.
We would like to extend this service to other customers to help them make the most of the village’s Post Office to which they are contributing through their Council Tax.
Please note that we cannot accept any packages or requests for other services via the Tytherington Post Office without sufficient cash being left.
If you want to know more or have something that you think we can help you with to make sure you get best use of Tytherington Post Office then please talk to a member of staff or Debbie Brock, Shop Manager, Tel: 01454 412926
REMEMBER use the Tytherington Post Office services as often as you are able,
otherwise we may lose it.
Usual Opening hours
*Depending on staff availability - otherwise 11am closing.
Outside Post Office opening hours, you can top up your mobile phone and electricity at the shop.
Tytherington Village Shop offers a large selection of local produce.
Fresh fruit and vegetables are delivered every Tuesday.
Home made cakes are delivered every Wednesday from Patsy's Cakes.
Frocester Fayre's cooked meats and bacon arrive on a Thursday. Why not order your Sunday joint for collection?
Buy a Tytherington bag
Show your support for the village and help save the environment by buying a re-usable Tytherington shopping bag.
The bags are made of cotton, and are available to buy at 50 pence from Tytherington Shop and Post Office.
Support your Village Shop
The shop has existed over 10 years, and is run by over 50 volunteers.
New volunteers are always welcome, especially to cover casual shifts and holidays.
It's a great way to get to know people and find out what's going on in Tytherington.
If you are able to help, please contact Debbie on 01454 412926.
Plan ahead for Christmas
Remember you can avoid the queues at larger Post Offices in the busy run-up to Christmas by using Tytherington Post Office
Other Service available from Tytherington Outreach Post Office
- posting packages, including returns
- purchase of stamps (please note that shop staff and Post Office staff wil not be available to stick stamps on bulk mailings
- paying bills (cheques to be made payable to Post Office Ltd. or cash) - electricity, water, Council tax, telephone, income tax
- cash withdrawals/paying in for selected current accounts
- business banking with Lloyds TSB
- rent payments
- foreign currency (no commission)
- travel insurance
- E111 application
- pensions and benefits
- Child Trust funds
- postal orders
- NS&I - various savings accounts available
- phone cards and mobile top-ups
- fishing licences
- Premium Bond application forms
- gift vouchers, e.g. B&Q, Debenhams
The Government has also awarded a contract to the Post Office to run a card account for people to receive benefit, state pensions and tax credit payments.