Findon Village Store

Run by the Community for the Community

 

 

 

Phone: 01903 877110

Email: findonvillageshop@gmail.com

Store Opening Hours:
Mon to Sat   07:00 - 19:00  Sunday  07:00 - 12:00

Post Office Opening Hours:
Mon to Fri  08:30 - 17:30 Sat 08:30 - 12:30

Sun 08:30 - 12 noon

The News Page

All news items can be found on this page from the newest to the oldest. Just click on the news item title to read more.

 

Our First AGM

Our first Annual General Meeting of Findon Village Collective Ltd was held at Cissbury Barns on Wednesday 21 November. The meeting was very well attended by shareholders, who were presented with the first Annual Report and draft accounts for the year to 31 July 2018,...

First Anniversary

Findon Village Store has celebrated its first anniversary. The successful first year would not have been possible without the hard work from the staff, volunteers and management team. The Worthing Herald has reported on the event. To read their report please click...

August Update

On Saturday 4th August we have a product tasting at the shop between 8am-12 noon. The Protein Ball Co.from Worthing will be coming to share some of their high protein, all natural snacks with us. The balls are gluten free, wheat free and vegetarian with some vegan...

Post Office Closed 24/8 (pm)

Please note that the Post Office will be closed on Friday 24th August for approximately 2 hours from 13:30. It is planned to re-open at 15:30, although it may be a little later. This is due to routine maintenance being carried out on the Post Office...

June Update

The warm summer weather has meant our ice cream sales have been brisk.  We try to have something to please all tastes from fruity lollies to delicious  chocolate treats and my personal favourite, hand made lemon meringue ice cream from Chichester based Caroline’s...

Appointment of New Manager plus more

Appointment of Shop Manager  Following a series of interviews, I am very pleased to announce the appointment of Angus Charlton to the post of Shop Manager with effect from 1 May 2018. Angus has been working part-time in the shop since February. He may well be known to...

Appointment of New Manager

Following a series of interviews, we are very pleased to announce the appointment of Angus Charlton to the post of Shop Manager with effect from 1 May 2018. Angus has been working part-time in the shop since February. He may well be known to many of you from his time...

New Volunteer Coordinator appointed

We are delighted to announce that Margaret Bamford OBE DL, has been appointed to the role of Volunteer Coordinator for the Collective, for an initial period of 6 months. Margaret has a wealth of experience in the voluntary sector and is enormously supportive of the...

New Opening Hours

Please note that with effect from Monday 19th March 2019, the Shop and Post Office opening hours will be as follows; Shop Monday to Saturday:  7am to 7pm Sunday: 7am to 12 noon Post Office Monday to Friday:  8:30am to 5:30pm Saturday: 8:30am to 12:30pm Sunday: 8:30am...

Mothers Day & Easter

We have stocked up with some goodies for both Mothers Day (March 11th) and Easter (from March 30th). Come along and see what's in store!        ...

Friday Ad now available

As from Friday 9th February, the Friday Ad will be available from the Village Store free of charge!

Monthly Update – February 2018

A first Christmas in any retail business is always exciting and this was certainly true for us. We started the festive season with Julian officially opening the store and we were thrilled by the number of villagers who turned out to show their support and toast the...

Valentine’s Day Flowers

It'll soon be Valentine’s Day. This year you can send your loved one or crush some romantic flowers or a bundle of goodies from the shop and we will deliver it on Valentine’s Day for free. Orders can be placed in the shop until 11am 13th February. Flowers, wine,...

New Management Team Member

The Store's Management Committee are pleased to welcome on board a new member. Steve Smith who is both a shareholder and volunteer will be taking on the role of Business Operations Advisor and has a wealth of experience to offer. Steve has provided the following...

Newspapers on Christmas Eve

Smiths News have apologised to us for their failure to deliver any newspapers to us today, Christmas Eve. This is enormously disappointing to us and entirely due to an error on their part. We shall be seeking compensation from them. We can only pass on their apologies...

Christmas Tree Festival

The Village Store entered the Findon Christmas Tree Festival, an event which takes part every 2 years at St John the Baptist Church Findon. This year there were 22 trees entered by local organisations and businesses, with visitors being asked to vote for their...

Store’s Official Opening

On December 3rd, the Findon Village Store and Post Office was officially opened by Committee Vice-Chairman Jo O'Dell and Postmaster Julian Harwood. A large crowd had gathered and once the ribbon was cut, all were invited inside to celebrate with a glass of locally...

Store

In the store can be found... A full range of groceries and household goods Freshly made sandwiches, cakes & bread A range of beers & wines. An extensive range of newspapers and magazines Gift cards for all occasions We always keep a good range and if there is...

Local Produce

When we were planning the shop, the issue of supporting local suppliers was a real desire. This has meant searching for some special product lines in addition to the essentials that everyone needs on a day-to-day shopping trip. Below are a few of the local products...

Tribute to Frank

Former Findon resident and 'war hero' Frank Kornicki has sadly passed away weeks before his 101st birthday. Frank was seen only a few months ago helping the campaign to save the Village Store and Post Office. A tribute to Frank has been published in this week's...

Registered Name & Address:

Findon Village Collective Ltd
Findon Village Store
Horsham Road
Findon
Worthing
BN14 0TF

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