BED & BREAKFAST
BED & BREAKFAST

A LITTLE VILLAGE SHOP AND TEAROOM IN WEST BECKHAM for your convenience...

West Beckham lacks any amenities other than the pub, and now villagers and the many tourists that come to this area no longer have to travel beyond the village to find some basic commodities, home- made jams and chutneys, freshly baked goods, bread and cakes as well as local produce are now available.

Foodie Bouquet adjacent to the main entrance giving easy access to all who come to this outstanding pub; locals and tourist alike have voted with their feet making  The Wheatsheaf a true village hub. 

What you can find in Foodie Bouquet:

- Cakes & Sandwiches

- Bread

- Freshly baked produce

- Sausages, bacon, cheeses and other deli items

- Dairy products

- Condiments & Sauces

- Homemade jams & Preserves

- Herbs & Spices

- Sundry items

- OTC medicine

- Freuits & Vegetables

- Soft Drinks

- Off license Alcohol & Tobacco

 

The shop is open during pub hours. 

Not sure if we have it? ask us on 01263 822110

In July 2017, Philip Hall OBE officially opened the new tearoom and deli ‘Foodie Bouquet’ along with other essential community services at The Wheatsheaf at West Beckham in Norfolk.

The Wheatsheaf is encouraging volunteers from the village to help to staff the shop and will open during pub hours.

 

Pub is The Hub is an organisation of specialist voluntary advisors for rural pubs and licensees who are thinking of broadening their range of services.  

They encourage communities to work with licensees, pub owners, breweries and the private sector to match community priority needs with additional services which can be provided by the local pub and a good licensee.

Pub is The Hub’s programme of funding for rural pubs has helped to bring Daniella and Stephen Moorby’s vision of a community pub providing a whole range of services to fruition.

With a grant of £4,000 from the Pub is The Hub’s Community Services Fund, the shop will sell locally sourced produce wherever possible, including fresh fruit and vegetables, homemade cakes, freshly baked bread, preserves, chutneys and homemade ready-to-cook meals. The tearoom will soon be providing some digital training and will set up a Senior Citizens Luncheon Club.

The photograph shows (from left to right): Philip Hall OBE, Carolyn Hall MBE, Martin Wilby,, Terry Stork, Bernard Lee and licensees, Stephen and Daniella Moorby.

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