We've been in business for over 10 years!
Metfield Stores CIC has been trading as a community run shop since April 30th 2006. The shop has had a facelift; new paint and a spring clean!
Sue, our new manager, would love to welcome you to the shop as a customer or a volunteer.
Do drop in any time for a browse, coffee or chat.
If you can not see what you would like please ask. Whenever possible we will do our best to supply.
Local Suppliers have their say:
The local community shop at Metfied Stores....who in turn support many local producers.....like ourselves!
Cheers!...to all the volunteers and all your customers!
Barrell & Sellers Brewery
Although Suffolk Wildlife Trust and Metfield Stores may seem very differnt organisations they actually share an important common value; localness. Both of us require the support of local people and volunteers to spread our good work which in turn galvanises our unique Suffolk community. We are delighted to have an assocaition with Metfield Stores and our Chistmas card project - an 8 year strong relationship. Wildlife artists and images of Suffolk wildlife are brought together in a high quality product for local people to enjoy, share and celebrate while making a difference to local conservation work too!
Michael Strand - Suffolk Wildlife Trust
St Peter's Brewery are pleased to have been supplying Metfield Stores for the last 10 years and look forward to many more years to come.
Vanessa Gosling - St Peter's Brewery
On sale in the shop
Suffolk feast is a beautifully presented book that features interviews with 20 talented Suffolk's chefs, each of whom promotes local produce and ingredients. It is an ideal read for all food lovers and is filled with mouth watering recipes.
Local Author - Keshar Whitelock
A story about a little wild rabbit called Dara who was separated from his family when he was tiny. Hand-reared by humans, it tells of his life's journey, the friends and attachments that he makes, some quite unexpected!
Both sad and humourous at times and also educational and unlifting. Children who read this will learn the importance of valuing all living creatures.
Illustrations by the very talented Dee Nickerson.
Professor Hiroyuki Shimizu from the department of Sociology at Chiba University visited the stores. He is seen here with Paul, chaiman of the board, and Jackie, a shop volunteer.