LOCAL SHOP - LOCAL PRODUCTS
Tealby Village shop is solely run by volunteers from the village who will always give you a warm, Tealby welcome. The shop prides itself on selling a wide variety of amazing local produce, including the following:
Lincolnshire Beef - (Lincoln Russet)
Amy Jobe’s delicious Lincoln Red meat is available at Tealby Shop. There's stewing steak and mince in the freezer just waiting to be enjoyed.
Grimsby Smoked Fish - (Alfred Enderby)
Award-Winning Alfred Enderby Smoked Salmon & Haddock. Unique dry smoked fish straight from Grimsby Docks. You can also order whole smoked fish to be delivered to the shop on Fish Fridays.
Veg boxes - local, organically grown veg to order
Pay just £5.50 and select the vegetables you want from what is seasonally available (order before 5pm on a Monday) and then simply collect your box from the shop on the Friday. Order at the shop or you can now order online below:
Tealby bread - (Beck Hill Bakery)
Tealby Shop is now supplying fresh bread 6 days a week, supplied by Tealby's amazing Beck Hill Bakery.
The bread and pastries are sold on a 'first come, first served' basis. Due to the high demand, if you'd like to have your own order freshly made for a Saturday morning and have it reserved for you to pick up, then please fill out the online form using the button below:
Home-Made Ready Meals - (Boggle Lane Foods)
Boggle Lane Foods lovingly creates delicious ready-made meals with local ingredients like homegrown heritage vegetables, (including even wonky carrots!), berries foraged for each season, and succulent flavour-packed meat from lovely local farmers.
Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese is absolutely committed to producing the very best cheese that they possibly can (with a little help from their 230 Holstein Fresian Cows) using their own fresh unpasteurised milk and traditional methods.
Cote Hill Cheese
Delicious, award-winning raw milk cheeses from their own herd of pasture-fed Friesian cows. Their Cote Hill White is delicious diced over a fresh salad. Or stick a slab of Cote Hill Blue on your Burger for an unbelievable BBQ.
Lincolnshire Plum Bread - (Myers Bakery)
Unique, light and moist fruit loaf with a flavour all of its own. Serve simply sliced and buttered or toasted. Alternatively, why not try it with a slice of mature cheddar and apple chutney.
Dennetts Traditional Award-Winning Ice Cream has been made to their own recipe since 1926, and now you have it available at your local village shop. It's delicious!
Honey made right here in Tealby at Sunnyside House. You don't get better honey than honey made by Tealby bees.
Homemade by Irene Kendall, owner of Woldview B&B near Tealby. A variety of seasonal flavours.
We provide a 'Request and Reserve' service if you have a particular newspaper you'd like.
Post Office Services
Wednesday mornings, 9.30 am - 11am.
Pick-up and drop-off day is Wednesday.
Shoes, batteries and light bulbs.
Second-hand Books Corner
Donate your unwanted books to the shop, or come & find a bargain.
Walks and information, plus books about the area and history.
A machine that makes coffee...not a machine made out of coffee.
Do you think you could spare a few hours every month (or more) to help at the shop?
Tealby shop plays a huge part in the village and we would all miss it if it closed. Sadly, we're low on help to keep it running. All we're asking is for the village to come together and simply help out now and then. Even if just for 2 hours once every 2 months...it all helps!
Tealby shop opened on June 28th 2004 and functions as a Shop, Tourist Information Centre and Village Hub. It is run solely by volunteers from the village.
Tealby Shop is also an Off-Licence and sells a selection of alcoholic drinks.
Hot drinks are available from the vending machine.
For the children, and those with a sweet tooth, there is a pick & mix section.
For visitors to the village, we sell local Ordnance Survey maps, souvenirs, Tealby tea towels, and books on the local history; including information about the Tennyson d’Eyncourt family and Bayons Manor.
Additionally, there is our second-hand book corner where you can pick up a bargain, along with recycling for shoes, batteries and light bulbs.
Magazines & Newspapers
Selection of Daily and Weekly Papers. Request and reserve a paper if you have a particular preference.
Wide-selection of greetings cards. Wrapping paper. Writing paper & envelopes. Pens.
Crisps. Breakfast cereals. Tinned foods. Conserves, ketchup, salad cream. Bacon, ham, sausages and homemade sandwiches (from Sunnyside Up Farm Shop). Bread. Cakes. Biscuits. Chocolate bars. Sweets & mints. Pick and Mix.
Jams & Conserve. Honey. Eggs. Chutneys. Viking sausages. Pipers crisps.
Cooking / Baking Ingredients
Flour. Cornflour. Dried fruits. Suet. Desiccated coconut.
Pre-made meals. Peas and frozen vegetables. Bread.
Milk. Butter / margarine. Cream. Cheese.
Cordials. Tonic Water. Cans of carbonated drinks. Fruit juice. Coffee. Teas. Hot Chocolate.
Selection Of Alcoholic Drinks
Wines. Lagers. Bitters. Spirits. Cider.
Ice Cream and Iced Lollies
(these may be subject to stock alterations)
Ice Creams. Iced Lollies. Choc Ices. Small tubs of ice cream. Large tubs of ice cream.
Plasters. Cough/ Flu medicine. Rubber gloves. Dog waste bags. Washing up liquid. Paracetamol / painkillers. Batteries.
Toothpaste & brushes. Shampoo. Soaps. Toilet paper. Sanitary towels. Deodorants. Shower gel.
Coal. Firelighters. Logs. Sticks.
To make everything more transparent and available, here is a link to a public Microsoft OneDrive folder for the minutes and any other files to do with the running of the shop. If you'd like any further information, please contact us
Information and files about the running of Tealby Shop: