New Layout & Fresh Seasonal Veg

We’re back to regular opening hours, and have taken this opportunity to remodel the shop, so we can offer you even more ethical whole foods. It should now be easier to find what you want. We also have created a baby section, which we’ll be adding to soon.

First reactions to the new shop layout are really positive. We have created a bit of extra shelf space, and we are keen to hear from you which products you would like us to stock.

In other news, we’ve just received another load of organic local vegetables from Ashurst Organics, which you’ll find displayed outside our door and in the vegetable fridge that’s moved to inside the shop. There you’ll also find the gorgeous bread made by the people at Flint Owl (in the shop that is, not in the fridge).

See you soon…

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Back to regular opening hours

August is behind us, autumn has started, as have the schools, so we at Coachwerks Wholefoods are back to our regular opening hours:

Tuesday    9 - 5
Wednesday 10 - 6
Thursday   9 - 5
Friday    10 - 6
Saturday   9 - 5

(Closed Sunday and Monday)

We have just received some fresh organic fruit and veg from Langridge Organics, and will have some local organic veggies from Ashurst in by Friday.

We also now sell Bartleby’s vegan ales in bottles, brewed right here at the Coachwerks.

Easter 2016

During the Easter break we’ll be closed¬† for an extra two days, on Good Friday & Saturday, but otherwise our opening & closing times will stay the same.

Please see dates & times below…

March 2016

24th Thursday 9am-5pm
25th Good Friday – closed
26th Saturday – closed
27th Easter Sunday – closed
28th Bank holiday Monday – closed
29th Tuesday 9am – 5pm

 

 

 

 

 

Made in Coachwerks

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We’re now showcasing and selling some of the amazing arts and crafts produced by Coachwerks makers. In the shop we’ve got striking photographs by Cyril Holas and stunning pottery by Rachel Entwistle and Alice Duck.

Rachel’s pottery is tactile and earthy. Her pots, bowls and jugs are sometimes partially glazed to reveal the underlying textures.

Alice creates beautiful, quirky homeware, each piece is a contemporary twist on tradition.

Cyril Holas combines unusual angles, stark contrasts and mirrored effects in his evocative black and white, analog photography.