The Village Shop & Tea Room
Phone: 02392 631144
"Our award-winning village shop and tea room is a popular meeting place for shoppers, walkers and cyclists. Situated in Compton's Village Square, we sell a wide range of local products and groceries.
Pop in for lunch, or tea and cakes, at our village shop, voted the best in the South East in 2010."
Shop opening times
|Monday to Friday||7.30am - 5.30pm|
|Saturday||8am - 5.30pm|
|Sunday||8am - 5.30pm|
Please note: The tearoom closes at 4.30pm, but the shop remains open until 5.30pm each day.
Post Office (Outreach) opening times
|Friday||9.30am - 11.30am|
Please note: The Post Office Outreach service is provided opposite at The Coach and Horses public house.
- café with outside seating, disabled access and toilets
- drinking water point
- internet access and WiFi
- payment by debit/credit card
- charcoal, disposable barbecues, firewood and kindling
- confectionery, ice cream and lollies
- first aid items and toiletries
- fresh bread, groceries, meat and milk
- greeting cards, local postcards, maps, stationery and stamps
- household items and pet food
- puncture repair kits
- seasonal items
- Adsdean Farm ham, pate, bacon and fresh meats
- Appledram apple juice
- Ballard's Brewery beers
- Durleighmarsh Farm asparagus, strawberries, raspberries and gooseberries (seasonal)
- Lordington Lavender based cosmetics
- Mary Ann Foss honey
- Meadow Cottage farmhouse ice creams and sorbets
- Mel's home-made cakes, jams and marmalade
- Relish in Spice mustard and pickles
- Sussex Gold salad dressing
- Westbourne Bakery bread, rolls, croissants, pastries, doughnuts, pies, pasties and sausage rolls
- an assortment of home-made cakes
- cream teas (summer only)
- filled baked potatoes
- hot and cold drinks
- hot soups and toasted tea cakes in the winter
- pastries, sandwiches and rolls, sausage rolls, seasonal quiches and salads
- The name Compton comes from a Saxon word 'cumb', which means valley. 'Cumb tun' is a valley farm.
- On a clear day, it's possible to see the Isle of wight from the top of nearby Telegraph Hill.