Revised Hours From 20 May 2021

With effect from Thursday 20th May, the Hub will revert to its normal hours of 9.30am to 4.30 with a limited, distanced table service available in the coffee shop, in accordance with current regulations and guidance. Takeaways will be available as before. Please observe social distancing measures when in the shop and coffee shop, waiting outside until asked to enter by the volunteer in charge or coffee shop owner. Every customer using the cafe for sit down service must check in, either using the NHS Covid app, or by providing the staff with their contact details before they may be served

When possible payment by card, please (£1 min purchase).


Customers may order in advance and either collect from Thursday, before 11.30am where possible, or we can deliver if you are self isolating. Payment can be taken over the phone if necessary.

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Orders MUST be received by 11am on Tuesday.

When the shop is open, you can telephone if you prefer on 01453 549933, to see if we have something in stock and can reserve it for you.

All of the following are available to order in advance or on sale in the shop while stocks last:

Walkers Bread: locally baked bread is delivered on Thursdays and Saturdays.
Cam Butchers: Bacon, sausages, black pudding, ham, chicken breasts, cheese and mince are delivered on Thursday (we can also get any of your favourite Cam Butchers products delivered to The Hub)
Dairy: milk (2 litres, 1 litre) delivered Thursday and Saturday
Fresh local eggs: delivered Thursday
T & Cakes: Tarragon has a range of freshly baked items, teas and coffees available for takeaway and is also happy to take orders for birthday and celebration cakes.

Prescription delivery Both Chipping Surgery and Culverhay will now deliver medication to The Hub, if requested by you. If you cannot leave your home, we can arrange to deliver your medication to you; just ask.

Thank you for your support of our measures to keep customers and volunteers safe.

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Our village shop has had a long history and is now a community asset owned by the  North Nibley Village Shop Association Limited, with shares vested in villagers, for the benefit of the village.

After a short closure following years of being run as a community shop and then occupation by tenants, the shop benefitted from a major refurbishment involving many hundreds of volunteer hours, much effort from local businesses, and great generosity from individuals and organisations. It re-opened on 24th October 2019, trading as the North Nibley Community Hub.

The focus now is on providing a meeting place and service for the community. As such The Hub incorporates a coffee shop run by Tarragon and a volunteer-run shop selling daily essentials and as an information point and internet café. We have fibre broadband with free wifi and a laptop available for use by those that need it.

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Thursday to Sunday 9:30am to 4.30pm


We offer locally sourced milk and eggs, plus Walkers Bread and Cam Butchers meat products. We are constantly expanding the selection of goods we offer in line with the requirements and requests of the community, but visitors can expect to find sweets, drinks, pet and bird food, packets and tins, cleaning products and toiletries as well as a good range of fresh and frozen products. There is a popular and frequently refreshed selection of second-hand books. We stock the well-regarded Wotton Times and keep copies of the latest edition of the Nibley monthly newsletter – On The Edge.

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T & Cakes provides a warm and welcoming environment to meet friends for a catch up, or just come in on your own and chat to someone new! Tarragon offers a range of high quality coffees and teas, with non-dairy alternatives to milk, if required, and always has at least one gluten-free cake available. She has recently added delicious homemade sausage rolls to her repertoire and these are going down a storm. Cream teas or cheese scones are on offer on Saturdays and Sundays.

The walls of the coffee shop exhibit a different local artist each month, for sale or just enjoyment while relaxing, and the shop sells greetings cards and small prints of local scenes by Nibley Artist Claire Failes.


We sell tickets for local events at the Village Hall and other Nibley venues as well as noticeboards to advertise events, services and community information.

We have a stand for local traders to display their visiting cards. Find a local contractor or service right here. Or just ask the Nibley villager behind the counter – if he/she doesn’t know the answer to your query, the chances are they will know someone who does!