Welcome to Post & Pantry – Winner of the ELDC “Independent Retailer of the Year 2019”

Nestled in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds, a TRADITIONAL VILLAGE SHOP specialising in local LINCOLNSHIRE food and drink.

Open Monday, Thursday, Friday 8:00 to 17:30 and Wednesday and Saturday 8:00 to 13:00

POST OFFICE and TEAROOM plus Garden Tables – Hot and Cold Food & Drinks now available.
(Please note the Post Office and Tearoom opens at 9:00)

Also beautiful bespoke HAMPERS made to order, full of Lovely Lincolnshire products,
delivered locally or posted!

Just call us on 01507 343220 or email info@postandpantry.co.uk with your order. Payment can be taken by card over the phone or on collection.

We showcase lots of lovely Lincolnshire products such as:- Saints & Sinners Jams & Chutney, Curtis’s ham, Lincoln Tea & Coffee, Pin Gin, Pipers Crisps, Maud Foster Flour and Oats, Myers Plumbread, Bread and Bakery products from Pocklingtons, Belvoir Presse, Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese, Cote Hill Cheese, and an extensive range of products from Mountains’ Boston Sausage also a fabulous range of Wrendale Gifts, Cards and Stationery.

In the Tea Room we aim to use local produce and suppliers: serving tea, coffee, cake and light snacks.
We are now able to serve local beer and wine too!.Takeaway service available too.

Situated on the Viking Way, there is also a toilet and hand washing facilities open to ramblers, cyclists, passing members of the public as well as local customers.

We supply LOCAL

CHEESE & MILK

FLOUR & OATS

MEAT & FISH

JAMS & CHUTNEYS

BREAD & CAKE

FRUIT & VEG

GIFTS & CARDS

 

TEAROOM and
GARDEN TABLES
OPEN‎

Now serving Hot and Cold

Food and Drinks 

Lots of Lovely Local Lincolnshire
fare for you to try.

Proud Stockists of

SOPHIE GREEN
Silversmith

and other local crafts.

 Do call in and take a look.

Lincolnshire Handcrafted Jewellery. 100% recyclable and eco-friendly packaging.

£1 from each piece sold is donated to help protect UK Woodlands and Wildlife.

“Your local Post Office & Pantry, full of lovely Lincolnshire Produce”