Stores

Kirdford Village Stores:

This busy village store offers car parking, postal services, fresh vegetables, most groceries and an adjoining coffee shop (serving delicious sandwiches best enjoyed in fine weather at the tables located in the garden).

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 7am to 6pm; Saturday 8am to 6pm; Sunday 8am to 4pm ♦ A: Russett Place, Kirdford, West Sussex RH14 0QQ ♦ T: 01403 820815 ♦ E: info@kirdfordvillagestores.com

Plaistow Stores:

Plaistow Road, Plaistow, West Sussex RH14 0PX ♦ T: 01403 871236 ♦ Opening Times: Monday to Friday 7am-8pm ♦ Saturday 8am – 8pm ♦ Sunday 9am – 1pm

Owned and run by the Payne family for over 20 years, Plaistow Stores continues to expand its range of services for its customers. This busy village store now includes full postal services; a delicatessen; a hot snacks counter and an adjoining coffee shop (The Corner Kitchen serving pastries, cakes, sandwiches and light lunches). Take away a freshly baked pizza or enjoy a coffee and cake in this beautiful, rural setting. Don’t forget the lovely Payne family at Plaistow Stores will deliver all your essentials not just your newspapers. They already deliver to many residents within Plaistow, Ifold, Durfold Wood and Shillinglee. Call Jon or Lorraine to arrange 01403 871236.

5 responses to “Stores

  1. There is a map by the notice board at Kelsey Hall which will show a Footpath starting just beyond Barton House, which is on the corner of the Forestry Road and the main road. One exit comes out onto the road more or less opposite the road round Plaistow Green – another exit comes out onto the drive up to Plaistow Place.

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  2. Oak Tree Stores – Plaistow Road, Ifold has CLOSED. The site is under re-development and it’s unclear if the current owners will re-open the shop or are obligated to make provision for a shop at this site in the future. Refer to the Planning Application: Extensions to shop to create a self-contained unit. Part of attached house, currently used for shop purposes, to be returned to habitable accommodation. House to be divided into three habitable units. Ref. No: 13/03812/FUL | Status: APPEAL LODGED AGAINST NON DETERMINATION; and
    Building Control Application: Create self contained retail unit and split existing house into 3 dwellings. Ref. No: 15/00253/DETFP | Status: CON

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  3. It isn’t safe to walk from Ifold to Plaistow village on the Plaistow Road as the speed limit is 60MP and there are no pavements. There is a Public Footpath that begins just beyond the Forestry Track on the Plaistow Road and follows Path Number 623 where it joins Path Number 612/1 to bring you out onto Plaistow Road near to the houses just before Plaistow Village Stores. It is not an easy walk on the PROW especially during wet weather. Elderly people would find it impossible to take that route.

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  4. Can anyone advise me of a safe walking route from The Drive to the Plaistow Stores please? Its impossible to walk on the road leading to the store given theres no pavement and the cars definitely ‘hoon’ down that road. I am aware of the very good store in Loxwood. Thanks

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