What We Offer
So Much More than just a Village Store!
Fresh Fruit & Veg
A wide variety of fresh fruit and vegetables such as apples, bananas, oranges, tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuces, broccoli, cabbages, potatoes and more.
Bread is delivered daily from a well known local bakery.
There is farmhouse, wholemeal, golden harvest, 6 corn, croissants, French bread and many more.
Tea, Coffee and Cake
Did you know the shop serves freshly ground speciality coffee?
Why not drop by for a latte and one of our freshly home-made cakes?
The Post Office is now open
10am -1pm every Thursday
at the front of the village shop.
If you miss the Post Office, you can also find them in the Seer Green Baptist Church every Tuesday morning.
Opening Hours (Revised)
After listening to all your feedback, we've decided to extend our weekend opening hours to:
Mon-Friday: 9am - 1pm
Sat: 9am - 5:30pm
Sun: 9am - 1pm
Wine, Beer & Spirits
A select range of wines, beers and spirits together with mixers. There is also a selection of crisps, savoury biscuits and nibbles to accompany your drinks.
We are taking these necessary steps for the safety of all. Please remember to stay at least 2m / 6ft apart even when outdoors. We are very grateful for all your understanding and support at this difficult time.
We will be taking telephone/email orders between 1pm-3pm (Mon-Fri). These orders will be available for delivery or collection either the following day or the day after (depending on your requirements). In particular, fruit and vegetable orders will take 2 days. Please bear in mind that we may not be able to meet all of your requirements due to limited supplies.
Jordans Village Community Store is an independent community store, owned, operated and controlled by the Village. It is run by a combination of part-time staff and volunteers from the local community.
It started in a very small way in the front room of one of the early workers' cottages by the Village Green. In 1921, the brick building, now used as the Estate Office, was erected and a proper store opened.
The liquidation two years later of Jordans Village Industries Ltd, which threatened the Village's very existence, brought about the Store's closure; but almost immediately, some residents subscribed capital for opening a shop to take its place.
This took the form of a_shed on land in front of the Village Hall and business was soon in full swing. In 1930, the Shop Committee felt justified in building a larger store on the site.
The store is now a general grocers, with green groceries, an off-licence, a sub post office and cafe. It also serves as a natural meeting place for many of those living around the village, so why not come in and receive a warm welcome from our friendly staff and team of volunteers who help keep the shop up-and-running.