Entrance to Radley Village Shop

Coronavirus outbreak: Shop opening hours until further notice

Monday to Friday 7 am to 2 pm
Saturday and Sunday 9 am to 12 noon

Bank Holidays (8 and 25 May): 9 am to 12 noon

Message to customers (updated 24 April): We’ve been forced to further reduce our opening hours during the week by shutting earlier in the afternoon, but hope not to have to reduce opening hours any further. We regret having to change our opening hours but it’s necessary to keep the shop open to serve the village in this difficult time with a limited number of volunteers available. We will endeavour to return to normal opening times as soon as possible. 

Please note we may need to limit the number of some items that a customer can buy at any one time to hopefully allow us to provide for all.  Stock levels will depend on what our suppliers can send us.

We are also limiting the number of people in the shop at any one time and asking customers to observe social distancing and queue two metres away from the edge of the counter until it is their turn to pay. Many thanks to our door ‘stewards’ – originally volunteers from Radley College and from 13 April from SERV (Supporting Everyone in Radley Village).

Message from the shop chairman to all our customers

About the shop
Radley Village Shop is a convenience store, newsagents and off-licence offering a range of basic essentials but with an emphasis on higher quality and local produce wherever possible. It’s staffed by volunteers from the village, led by a professional shop manager. More about the shop

Radley Village Shop, Catharine Court, Church Road, Radley

The shop stocks a wide range of everyday items, some of which are sourced locally. Hot drinks, sandwiches and hot bakes are also available. We have daily or regular deliveries of newspapers, bread, milk, eggs, fruit and vegetables, and many hundreds of other products to meet the needs of our customers. Careful attention is given to product quality, wholesale and retail prices to make sure we are as competitive with the large supermarkets as we can be – giving our customers value for money in a place that is convenient to them. Check out what the shop sells

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