Buy Local

The aim of our village store is to provide the residents of Ewelme and visitors to the village with a sustainable community-owned shop selling local produce (including tea and cakes) and to create a focal point for the village.

We stock a range of local products and have been supported in this initiative by a Local Food grant from the Big Lottery Fund.

    • Brightwell wine - Brightwell Vineyard produces award-winning, quality English wines which frequently win medals at National and International competitions. Tel: 01491832354
    • Wessex Mill bread flour- Wessex Mill flour is different. It has been milled using wheat grown locally around the mill – the names of the farms are on the back of every bag. Above all, it is milled to produce top quality bread time after time. Tel: 01235 768991 Fax:01235 768993 Email:
    • Black Pig sausages and bacon.
    • Beechwood Eggs
    • Rapeseed Oil – a selection of flavoured oils
    • Cornfield Bakery, Thame
    • Homemade cakes-  a range of homemade cakes and biscuits, made by Tracy Perkins in Ewelme, that can be eaten in the shop or taken away.
    • Lodden Brewery Beer – Excellent, award winning local beer made in a brewery near Henley-On-Thames. AddressThe Loddon Brewery Ltd, Dunsden Green Farm, Church Lane, Dunsden, Oxfordshire, RG4 9QD. Tel: 0118 948 1111 Fax: 0118 948 1010
    • Watsons milk- Milk distributed from Didcot
    • Laceys milk- Laceys try to make their milk as natural as possible, by not unhomogenising their milk (they don’t break up the fat, increasing the time you body takes to absorb the fat, making it healthier). Address:  Laceys’ Family Farm, Bolter End Farm, Lane End, Bucks, HP14 3LP Tel/Fax: 01494 881979 email:
    • Chicken and ham from Benson butchers - Locally sourced meat from a number of local suppliers. Address: 42 High Street Benson, Wallingford, Oxfordshire OX10 6RP Tel:01491838330
    • Taywell – Local ice-cream and sorbet
    • Yokel yoghurts
    • Quince Jelly - made in Watlington.  This range of quince products is handmade in small batches using no added preservatives, and are sometimes combined with other fruits to create a delicious balance of flavours and taste.  These quince products are recommended with cheese, on toast and in daily cooking.

  • Stationery- cards and notelets depicting Ewelme
  • Sausage rolls and quiche. Delicious sausage rolls and quiches made by Tracy Perkins in Ewelme that can be eaten in the shop or taken away.
  • Brightwell Bees. Oxfordshire Honey produced by Viv & Steve Moll. Address: Brightwell Bees, Magnolia House, Sotwell Street, Brightwell cum Sotwell, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 0RG. Web: