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Friday 27th November 2020

11am: Cromhall 100 Club November Draw
Cromhall village shop

Good luck to all 100 Club supporters for the final draw of this year, which will be at 11am in Cromhall Village Shop on Friday 27th November when £30, £20 & £10 will again be available to win. Mandy Bird (294186)

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Cromhall village shop and Post Office

A village shop that provides all the basics, plus a few surprises...

How to Contact your Village Shop

Cromhall Village Shop and Post Office
1 Lygon Court
Townwell
Cromhall
Wotton Under Edge
GL12 8AQ
Tel: 01454 299335 (Shop)
Tel: 01454 299262 (Post Office)

Linda Richards, Chairman of the Village Shop Association, can be contacted by email at: or by phone on 01454 294468.

The AGM, held in October, is open to all residents.

Updated Opening Hours

As from Tuesday September 1st, the Village Shop is opening an hour/half an hour later than we used to do - this gives volunteers time to sanitise prior to opening.

Shop Opening hours from September 1st 2020

MorningAfternoon
Monday9.30am-1pm2.30-5pm
Tuesday/Wednesday9.30am-1pmClosed
Thursday/Friday9.30am-1pm2.30-5pm
Saturday9.30am-12noonClosed
SundayClosedClosed

Post Office Opening hours from September 1st 2020

MorningAfternoon
Monday9.30am-1pm2.30-5pm
Tuesday9.30am-12.30pmClosed
WednesdayClosedClosed
Thursday/Friday9.30am-1pmClosed
Saturday/SundayClosedClosed




St Andrew's Church Cromhall 2020/2021 100 Club Membership Renewal

CLICK HERE to download the renewal form.

A message from Mandy Bird:

"Autumnal greetings to all our supporters of the St Andrew's Church 100 Club.

As I write this, we have one draw left this year on the 27th of November and the next draw for a £50 prize on Christmas Eve will be the first one of next year's membership.

In a nutshell, you have until 23rd December to renew to ensure being included in the draw.

St Andrew's Church, Cromhall

It is still only £10 to join for the year, which gives you two chances to win £50 and 12 chances to win £30, £20 or £10 prizes. Still jolly good value which works out at a mere 83p per month or 19p per week.

A very small amount really but extremely important to those of us trying to keep St Andrew's church building and churchyard watertight and viable for the whole community now and in the future.

As you can appreciate, this year has been very difficult with few services taking place in the church and almost no fundraising at all.

The 100 Club has been the main fundraiser this year and probably will be next year too so I would ask everyone in Cromhall to please join up and support St Andrews Church.

It is very simple to do. Click here to download the renewal form. Fill in the form and hand in to Cromhall Village Shop. Simples! You could also just put your £10 in an envelope with your name, address and contact details on the front and hand that into the shop. Any questions at all please call Mandy on 01454 294186. There will also be Standing Order forms in the shop for anyone who wishes to set up a standing order to the 100 Club on a yearly basis.

We had a super response last year and sincerely hope that will be repeated this year. Your support is greatly valued and appreciated.

Thank you, stay safe and stay well.

Mandy Bird (Ashleigh, Cowship Lane 01454294186)

St. Andrew's School

Recycle Your Crisp Packets

St Andrew's School PTFA have joined TerraCycle’s crisp packet recycling scheme to reduce waste and raise funds for school.

They'll accept all types of crisp packet and multipack outer packaging.

Click here to find out more about the scheme.

There is also a collection box in the shop so the whole village can get involved.

Every year countless pieces of crisp packets end up in landfill sites across the UK.

The Crisp Packet Recycling Scheme allows us to recycle your crisp packets and prevent them from ending up in landfill.

Not only are you helping the environment, but the waste you recycle with us also helps to fund our school.

Happy to Help

We may just be your local shop, but perhaps we can do a little more to help you.

  • The fruit and vegetable delivery from Bath Wholesale now comes in every Wednesday. Veg orders can be placed by Monday 11.30am for delivery to the shop on Wednesday.
  • We now have Halls Bakery from Stroud deliver fresh bread on Monday as well as Cottage Bakery on Wednesday and Friday, and Hobbs on Saturday.
  • Fresh milk is delivered from Cotteswold Dairies every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. They can also supply goats milk, cream, sour cream, and the most delicious crème fraiche.
  • Di Meredith, who made our locally made cakes retired some time ago and we struggled to find a replacement. We were very fortunate to identify a cake producer who supplied Gloucester Services who was willing to supply us. Now you no longer have to travel to the Services to buy Beau’s Bakehouse cakes, you can buy them from us. They supply both vegan and gluten free (to order), so give them a try.
  • Frocester Fayre deliver to us on a Thursday. We sell their butcher quality bacon, ham, bacon joints, sausages and individual pies. Since April we have also had whole chickens, pork & beef joints available - they are delivered fresh to us and we freeze them straight away. They can also supply orders.
  • Local eggs are always available and supplied by Naite Farm.

We aim to support local suppliers within a 25 mile radius of Cromhall village.

But how can we help you?

We are more then happy to take orders and would ask that they are handed into the shop by 11.30 Monday.

Volunteers needed...

Are you new to the village and want to get to know people? Are you aged 16+ and looking for voluntary work for your D.of E award or your C.V.? Have you a bit of time on your hands because your children are in nursery or you’ve retired?

Why not join our team of helpers!

We’re a friendly bunch, no previous experience is required and our till does NOT bite – in fact it’s very easy to use!

You can either do occasional slots to cover for people who are ill or on holiday, or you can do a regular weekly or even fortnightly slot. New helpers are given training and always work with an experienced person.

It’s a great way to get to know people and what is oing on in the village. If you would like to help, just call in at the shop or e-mail .

Plastic, the Environment and your Village Shop

There has been an awful lot in the press and on the television recently about plastic and its impact on the environment. The major supermarkets have been very slow in trying to discourage their customers love of plastic.

Your local Village shop has decided to take the lead and from May we will be reducing our reliance on plastic in the shop.

The majority of our bread bags will be wholly biodegradable, while we have stock of plastic fruit & veg bags we will offer both paper or plastic until our plastic stock runs out, we will also offer paper carrier bags at a cost of 5p.

Our loose bird seed/nuts are very popular and if you would prefer it not bagged then please bring your own container and we will fill it for you.

Even though we are a small shop it is still a challenge to locate suppliers of biodegradable bags and liners at a reasonable cost, hopefully we have done this. Once we are satisfied with the quality we may be able to sell the biodegradable bags in the shop but that is something for the future, just keep reading our articles.

Please support your local Village shop & Post Office and when you do come along to see what we have to offer remember to bring your own bag and do your bit for the environment.

SHOPPING = PROFIT = DONATION

The ability to turn water into wine is restricted to one person, however did you know that Cromhall residents can turn their shopping in the village shop into donations to local organisations, let me explain how.

When the Shop & Post Office first opened it was in a secondhand portacabin that the Committee realised had a limited life and would need replacing at some point, this is not now the case.

When we moved into our new premises it was decided that any profit the shop made would be given back to the community through donations to village good causes benefiting both young and old.

Our profits are very modest but a small donation can make a big difference.

Our last financial year was the first time we have been able to do this and we donated £500 to St Andrew's School for their new garden which benefited all the pupils.

The Village Shop Committee are happy to consider requests from other not for profit organisations in Cromhall.

Remember SHOPPING = PROFIT = DONATION

Our ability to donate to anybody is down to you, come and see what we have to offer.

Bring and Buy Books

Next time you're ready to donate your unwanted books, please bring them in to Cromhall Shop for others to enjoy.

While you're there, and pick up something new to read - it's £1 for a hardback, and 50p for a paperback.

Any books that remain unsold will be taken to the Lions Bookshop in Thornbury.

Stock up at the Village Shop

As a not-for-profit organisation, we sell a large range of products at competitive prices, and accept debit and credit cards.

  • Home-made cakes delivered every Friday
  • Fresh fruit and vegetables
  • Veg boxes to order: seasonal produce freshly delivered from a local supplier to your door each Thursday. Last orders Wednesday before 1pm for delivery next day.
  • Free range eggs
  • Fresh meat to order from Frocester Fayre
  • Bacon, cheese and cooked meats
  • Cottage Bakeries bread delivered Wednesday and Friday
  • Hobbs House bread (order by Thursday for delivery on Saturday morning)
  • Milk from Cotteswold Dairies - always fresh, always available
  • Local honey (in season) and apple juice
  • Chocolates, sweets and ice cream
  • Wine, beer and spirits
  • Farm-sourced frozen ready meals from Frocester Fayre
  • Large selection of groceries
  • Sandwiches and snacks
Also:
  • Wide range of household goods
  • Daily newspapers to order
  • Stationery
  • Greetings cards
  • Prescription collection service from the Wotton surgeries
  • On-line banking


Services at the Post Office

Our Post Office offers PAYPAL, which caters for most electric key top-ups, all mobile E top-up vouchers and mobile phone cards. This service will eventually be extended to include more products.

Cromhall Post Office

You can buy One4all gift vouchers, which make ideal presents. The One4all vouchers can be spent in thousands of UK shops and services, with new locations added every day - pick up a leaflet at the Post Office.

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.

Did you know you have a "hole in the wall" in the village? You can access cash at the post office if you have accounts at: RBS, Halifax, Lloyds, Barclays, Santander, Natt and Co-op.

If you are thinking of taking a holiday, the Post Office Holiday Insurance scheme gives excellent cover at competitive rates.

Remember you can pay your Council Tax through the Post Office.

Cromhall 100 Club

Quarterly draws take place in Cromhall Shop at 11am on the last working day of November, February, May and August. Prizes are: 1st - £30, 2nd - £20, 3rd - £10, plus £50 draws at Christmas and Easter.

If numbers requested exceed 100, the value of the draws will be increased.

Click here to download an application form

Standing order mandate forms are available from Cromhall Shop or Mandy Bird by email: or on 01454 294186.

St Andrew's Church, Cromhall

St. Andrew's Church window, Cromhall.

Mandy Bird writes: "Ten pounds is not a huge sum of money but when we all join together in the 100 club, it becomes a significant fundraiser for the care and upkeep of St Andrew's Church, a valuable historic building and a place of worship in Cromhall since at least the 13th century.

We want to have our church well maintained and heated for all the community to use. Even if you do not worship there regularly, the church is there for you for special services, baptisms, weddings and funerals.

Maintaining our lovely historic church is a continuing challenge for our small congregation and I would ask you all to please remember to renew your membership of the 100 club or buy a number if you haven't done so in the past. You could be lucky and have a little windfall!

There will be a list in the village shop where you can renew your membership or simply pop £10 in an envelope with your name and telephone number and drop it into the village shop. Alternatively, drop it through my letterbox at Ashleigh, Cowship Lane, Cromhall.

Grateful thanks to everyone who has supported St Andrew's so far. Good luck to you all!"

Cromhall 100 Club Winners 2018-19

Christmas 2018: £50 MR DICK BRYANT (No.90)

February 2019: £30 Ms FRANCES PIPER (No.60), £20 Ms FE GRAY (No.66), £10 MR STEVE ASTON (No.33)

Easter 2019: £50 MRS PAT MILLS (No.49)

May 2019: £30 MRS MAY BROWN (No.46), £20 MRS SUE CROSTHWAITE (No.62), £10 MRS ALISON GAMBLE (No.58)

August 2019: £30 BERNICE POTTER (No.86), £20 JENNIFER OLDERSHAW £20 (No.96), £10 ANN GREENHALGH (No.40)

November 2019: £30 MRS ROSIE WILLSHAW (No.43), £20 DEBBIE ROSE (No.8), £10 MRS LINDA RICHARDS (No.44)

Christmas 2019: £50 MRS SUE BRYANT (No.54)

February 2020: £30 MRS MURIEL EALEY (No.61), £20 MRS CATE BRYANT (No.25), £10 MRS JUDITH DREW (No.48)

Easter 2020: £50 MRS LINDA YOUNGS (No.57)

May 2020: £30 KEN PARKER (No.2), £20 KAY REA (No.71), £10 LINDA CLOTHIER (No.53)

August 2020: £30 CHARLIE YOUNGS (No.52), £20 PHIL SCHULKINS (No.74), £10 GRACE GAMBLE (No.75)

Congratulations to all the winners and thank you very much for supporting St Andrew's Church and churchyard.

Become a member of the Community Shop

As a member of the shop Association, you are entitled to vote at the AGM and take advantage of the special offers and money-off vouchers that are periodically offered to members only.

If you would like to support the shop by joining the Association, please complete the details below and send this with your membership fee of £10 to the Chairman, c/o Cromhall Shop.

Click here to download a membership form


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