We will be open every day from 10am to 2pm please follow signs for distances and wear a mask(unless exempt).
The cafe will have a takeaway menu, tea, coffee and bacon/sausage barms, order at the side entrance then please wait outside.
Please respect the safety of our volunteers and follow government guidelines to keep us all safe.
We will review our hours as lockdown progresses so please check website or twitter for details. We will re-open fully when permitted to do so.
Earlams was able to support the community during lockdown with supplies of flour, milk and the all important toilet rolls please remember us and continue to shop local.
Volunteers are always welcome – please speak to our manager for more details about volunteering in the cafe or the shop. Some volunteers like a regular time slot but we also need those who can cover for holiday periods so there is no requirement to commit to a regular shift.
Risk assessment completed 30th June and reviewed weekly or updated with changes to Government advice, please follow signage and social distancing.
Click here for Workshop Programme CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
AGM minutes- please scroll down this page for minutes of management team meetings during the year
Earlams, Styal Community Store receives the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service
Mr David Briggs MBE Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire presented the award to our volunteers, congratulations !
Earlam’s Chair John Novak says:
“We are very proud of all we have created at Earlams and delighted that our work has been recognised in this way, it pays tribute to the hard work and commitment of our volunteers.”
NOTICE FOR SHAREHOLDERS
The Annual General Meeting of Styal Village Community Store, Cafe and Gallery for year ending 31/07/19 took place at 7pm on MONDAY 16TH DECEMBER 2019 in the Cabin at Earlams.
We emailed the AGM date to all share holders – please let us have your updated contact details if you have not received a notification email for AGM
Management Team Meetings
Styal has had a village store since the 1800’s and the new village store, café gallery which is a community run company and trades as EARLAMS was established by the villagers in 2014 to enhance Styal village life. It helps to create a sense of community that benefits the village as a place to live, work and visit.