Use it - or lose it again - is the message as Adderbury village shop re-opens

Use the shop, or lose it again. That is the message being given to residents of Adderbury and Twyford on the re-opening of their village store.

Monday, 9th December 2019, 4:17 pm
Updated Monday, 9th December 2019, 4:18 pm
Dave and Deepa Bansal are pictured outside their new shop in Adderbury
Dave and Deepa Bansal are pictured outside their new shop in Adderbury

After more than a year without a village shop, village residents were delighted to see Adderbury Stores re-open last week.

New owners Dave and Deepa Bansal are from Northampton, and are excited to be meeting the Adderbury community and providing them with a good range of shopping.

The essentials of good quality bread, milk and newspapers are backed by beers wines and spirits, fresh fruit and vegetables, plenty of groceries – and the National Lottery.

The shop will open daily from 8am - 7pm and from 9am - 1pm on Sundays.

Mr Bansal said: "We want our customer service to be first class and as we build our range and get to know the villagers’ needs, we will try to order in everything people ask us to stock for the next day."

Villager Nick Fennell said: "It's great to have a village shop again. The message to residents is as simple as ever though - use it or lose it again."