We’ve extended our opening hours by 2 hours every day! We’ve been open for 3 weeks and feel happy and ready to extend our hours to better meet the needs of you, our fabulous customers. Over a hundred customers every day come to Trawden Forest Community Shop to buy daily necessities like bread and milk, delicious
After many weeks of organising and preparing the shop for opening WE DID IT!!! Trawden Community Shop is up and running. If you haven’t yet visited then please do come along and say hello. We’ve tried very hard to make your shopping experience as safe as we can for both you and our friendly volunteers.
Our amazing volunteers have been working so hard to make sure that YOUR Community Shop can re-open. Social distancing rules are in place and only 3 people will be allowed in the shop at any one time. Everyone should enter the building through the library at the back and leave through the front door. Follow
There are a large number of people in the Village who have offered to provide support to any of you isolated at home who don’t have support from family and friends. This support could be a regular phone call or chat through the window, help with shopping or collection of a prescription. If you would
It is with deep regret and heavy hearts that the Trustees have the taken the decision to close the Community Shop and Library at 7.30pm today (23rd March 2020), for the foreseeable future. Having a duty of care to all volunteers, it has been necessary to encourage those who are in the vulnerable bracket, to
The future of the community looks very exciting with more and more projects appearing Tell us a little about you? Hi, I’m Pat Kirkbright and over the past few years I have been making greeting cards and also found a love of painting, at present I am painting a picture of the shop and hope
What do you do when you haven’t got your trustee hat on? I started my Early Years Business Consultancy in 2011, I have since won several business-related awards. I have clients across England and can be in London, Cambridge or Southend, to name a few, as well as working more locally. I have also been