The store sells reasonably priced convenience items and quality artisan produce, which are sourced locally where possible ..The café at the rear of the store, provides hot and cold drinks, cakes, breakfast and lunch snacks . It will also provide a friendly environment for villagers and visitors to socialise . Upstairs an increasing array of unique arts and crafts from local artists are for sale.

Watch this video about Styal and Earlams – the icing on the cake!

Styal Community Remembrance Board

To mark the 100 year anniversary of the end of the First World War, Earlams Community Store is creating a remembrance board. If you have any photos of a relative who served in the first world war you are welcome to put it up on the board, together with a brief description, name, age on joining up, where they lived and worked or went to school.




We really need your support – please join us as a volunteer!

More volunteers please

We have a fantastic team of volunteers who would welcome some new faces to share the shifts – especially in the holiday season to fill gaps when our regulars go away. Volunteer for one of three shifts during the day in the cafe, shop or gallery or even a turn in each. New volunteers shadow a volunteer for as many times as it takes to feel confident. Cafe shifts are in teams of 2 or 3. Training is given and we welcome anyone who is able to give our visitors a friendly welcome and excellent service.

If you do not receive regular emails from us as a shareholder or volunteer please leave your details in store – if you can print your name and email clearly please so that we can cross-check our existing lists




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