A thriving community Village Shop & Post Office for your daily groceries and local artisan food
Lurgashall Village Shop & Post Office is situated at the heart of our beautiful village and we pride ourselves on a friendly welcome and helpful service for all our customers.
The shop offers all the essential everyday groceries such as fresh bread & eggs, quality meat, fruit & vegetables, wine & beer, newspapers and ice creams. We also offer all the services of a community Post Office including banking, cash withdrawal, stamps, letters and parcels, as well as foreign currency and payment of utility bills.
As a community enterprise, we seek to support our local producers and suppliers with a varied range of goods from Crossways fruiterers, Young’s butcher, Crosbie’s cakes, Red Card gift cards & wrapping, Blackdown wine & Hungry Guest bread & pastries.
Lurgashall Village Shop & Post Office has a rich history and been trading for over 120 years. In March 2018, the shop was taken on by the community and is now managed by the community with an enthusiastic team of volunteers and a Shop & Post Office assistant.
If you are visiting the village or passing through, do stop by and see what we have to offer or stay for a tea or coffee and sit outside and enjoy the beautiful view across the village green.
The shop is situated in the centre of this picturesque Sussex village just 6 miles from Haslemere, Midhurst and Petworth. Lurgashall has a wonderful community spirit with a very popular village pub, the Noah’s Ark, as well as a beautiful Grade II listed 13th century church St Laurence.
|Mon||9.00am – 5.30pm|
|Tue||9.00am – 5.30pm|
|Wed||9.00am – 1.00pm|
|Thu||9.00am – 5.30pm|
|Fri||9.00am – 5.30pm|
|Sat||9.00am – 5.30pm|
|Sun||10.00am – 1.00pm|
|Mon||9.00 am – 1.00 pm|
|Tue||9.00 am – 1.00 pm|
|Wed||9.00 am – 1.00 pm|
|Thu||9.00 am – 1.00 pm|
|Fri||9.00 am – 4.30 pm|
|(Closed for lunch 1-2pm)|
Lurgashall Post Office is a community branch offering a wide variety of services. Save yourself a car journey into town to your high street bank or post office, just take a look below at the extensive range of services available here in Lurgashall.
Currently we are open every weekday morning. Last collection is 4.30 pm weekdays and 9.30 am on Saturday.
Your custom and support will safeguard the future of the village Post Office and with enough regular trade we hope to further extend the Post Office opening hours in the near future.
Letters & Parcels services
Royal Mail Special Delivery (collection by 11 am)
Drop & Go
Rod Fishing License
Cash withdrawal & deposits (majority of high street banks)
Foreign currency (order by 11.30 am and collect next working day)
Travel Money Card
One4All gift cards
Utility payments eg council tax
Volunteers & Staff
As a community shop, we are dependent on the enthusiasm and support of our volunteers. This venture has brought together many people from across the parish (and generations) who have enjoyed getting to know each other by working together to ensure the success of this valuable village asset. The success of our shop and business is dependent on volunteer support and we are always looking for new people to join our team.
If you can spare a few hours of your time, please do get in touch. You can help in a variety of ways, either by serving in the shop or you may have experience or skills that could help the management or maintenance team.
We would love to hear from you.
Services & Suppliers
We offer a range of services to the local community including prescription collection service from Petworth surgery once a week, flower arrangements by order with The Floral Garden, special orders of your favourite fresh food from local suppliers, as well as local kindling and logs or charcoal for the barbecue.
We also serve teas and coffees so take a seat and enjoy a view across the village green of the beautiful Sussex countryside.
Lurgashall Village Shop & Post Office,
The Green, Lurgashall, West Sussex GU28 9ET
Lurgashall Village Shop & Post Office is very grateful for grants and funding from Lurgashall Parish Council, Lurgashall Fete and the following: