New Radnor Community Council 

ESCO Village Shop

We try to stock as much produce as possible, and try to support other local traders.

We are proud to stock RADNOR PRESERVES one of only a few outlets in the country, Fortnum & Mason being one!

Our bread is fresh and local delivered daily (except a Wednesday)

We stock local meat from Williams butchers in Llandrindod Wells once a fortnight, and are happy to order on request.

I can undertake home deliveries if you ring through your order.

We have fresh fruit and veg daily, and fresh milk available every day.

We do our best to provide all you require but if we do not stock it just ask.

        

 

We stock our own coal from our coal business, which is prepacked but can deliver larger quantities.

We stock BBQ coal and trays as well as logs, and kindling.

Our aim is to support the village, and provide a friendly service.

Call in and see us!

 


      

HOME DELIVERIES

If you know someone in a local village that would benefit from a delivery of groceries once a week, let me know. For a small delivery charge (dependant on the area) i will deliver the groceries. Give me a ring to discuss 01544 350619/07533885537

       

 

ESCO is a unique little shop that was started by our dad when he was suffering with cancer, he was concerned the village had lost the village shop, the nearest shop is 6 miles away. he started with a little mobile shop in his yard, it has grown a little, and our aim to provide what is required to the local villagers as well as people on holiday. We try and support cancer charities as much as possible. Dad had a great sense of humour hence the name of the shop, ESCO"s and logo "your little helper" We sell our own postcards of the shop which prove popular.

 

CARD CLUB

Esco provide a loyalty scheme to all the regular customers, if you spend over £10.00 in one shop you get a stamp on you "card club" 10 stamps on the card and you get £5.00 off your shopping. It has turned to be a popular scheme and well supported.

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