Chipping Campden shopping is a wonderful experience. Whatever your need, you will find what you want and you can take your time and really enjoy the experience when shopping in Chipping Campden. Its historic High Street, adjacent Cambrook Court and Sheep Street provide a beautiful Cotswold setting for a wide range of shops and have been successful in one, you can always pop into a nearby café/tea-room to admire your purchase before going on to enjoy the next.
The town’s high street is lined with independent boutiques, gift shops, and art galleries. There are also several pubs, restaurants, and cafes to enjoy. For those looking for more practical amenities, there are several grocery stores, a post office, a pharmacy, and a bank. There are also a few clothes shops, a hardware store, and a couple of places to get your car serviced. With all of these options available, Chipping Campden has something to offer everyone.
As with any shopping, nearby parking is a real bonus and The Square is right in the middle of the High Street. If it is a quick in and out that you want, you just have to take a ticket from the machine and you can park there for 20 minutes free of charge and then a small fee for up to two hours. There is no charge for on-street parking, but please be aware of the double yellow lines as we wouldn’t want you to get a parking ticket and ruin your day.
In this Chipping Campden shopping article we cover the range of shops that Chipping Campden has to offer including:
- Independent shops
- Gift shops
- Food shops
- Coffee shops such as the Campden Coffee Company
- Tea shops
- and more…
Local Information, Gift Shops and Cards
Chipping Campden is a beautiful English town located in the Cotswolds. The town is home to many gift shops and card stores. Below is a collection of what you will find in the town during your visit or stay.
Chipping Campden Tourist Information Centre
Start you shopping in Chipping Campden by making The Tourist Information Centre in The Old Police Station your essential first port of call for information to help you get the most out of your time in Chipping Campden and so, so much more:
From simple things like bus and train services/timetables, directions to attractions discounted tickets for attractions like Warwick Castle and Blenheim Palace this is a great place to start.
Locally produced gifts, jewellery (including Jola Glass), cards & pictures (including Betty Stocker’s amazing photographs & Ann Praytor’s lovely local paintings), and clothing are all inside the store.
Walking guides, Chipping Campden maps and apps from a local guided walk around the historic Chipping Campden to local circular walks and ultimately to the longer Cotswold, Monarchs’& Heart of England Ways.
There are also illustrated books produced by the Chipping Campden History Society and others about the fascinating history of Chipping Campden and the local area.
At the front of The Old Police Station, you will find Tracey is still marketing her artwork and jewellery and they also do a good line in Cotswold Lavender products. On top of these, you will find a variety of cards, candles and gifts. It’s well worth a visit.
Between these two you will find Marissa Devonshire’s studio where she makes and sells functional pieces of handmade stoneware pottery that explore how we can connect with nature in our everyday lives and in our everyday places.
Her Chipping Campden Mug is a homage to the town with views of St James’ Church, the East Banqueting Hall, the Market Hall and Izod’s Post at Cross Hands. They may differ slightly from mug to mug, but they are hand drawn and wax resisted to show maximum details.
Other products include a teapot, a variety of storage jars, jugs, mugs (including one for your pint), side plates, soap dishes and a beehive tea light holder.
For those that are really interested, Marissa also offers a three-hour pot throwing lesson for two people and a two-hour one-to-one session.
Chipping Campden History Society
On the first floor of the Old Police Station, you will find the Chipping Campden History Society’s (CCHS) archive room. CCHS was formed in 1984 “to advance the education of the general public in the history and architecture of Chipping Campden and its surrounding villages”.
If you are interested in anything to do with life in Campden and nearby villages, past or present, then please call by or get in touch.
It could be:
- an old photograph
- a new image recording something about the area today
- memories of life in the area
- information about some aspects of the area
- your family history related to Campden
Chipping Campden Music & Literary Festivals
Their offices are on the second floor of the Old Police Station.
Chipping Campden Music Festival was founded in 2002 by Charlie Bennett. Since that time it has grown into one of the UK’s most prestigious festivals featuring some of the world’s most acclaimed musicians, who all love performing in the wonderful setting of St James’ church.
In 2005 Internationally renowned pianist Paul Lewis became the festival’s president and he has performed here every year since then. The festival attracts visitors from Europe, America, Canada, Australia, & New Zealand, as well as from all over the UK.
Listening to performances in the beautiful surroundings and wonderful acoustics of St James’ Church has always been a great joy, but the fragility of a mid-pandemic world has, for so many, given live music experiences everywhere and even more intensely personal meaning than in pre-Covid days. We all hugely look forward to seeing you at St James’ Church in May for some unforgettable experiences.
Chipping Campden Literature Festival in partnership with Chipping Campden School was first staged in 2010 with some of the most popular voices in contemporary fiction. Over the years the number of events has increased to produce a programme that, as well as a best-selling novelist, features recently published authors of widely reviewed non-fiction – history, politics, science, gender, race, theatre, music, religion, and the natural world – including literary memoir and biography.
Cross the road and to the right of the Market Hall, you will find Frankie Doodle. Some will say they provide the ultimate gifts. Everything there is chosen for your adornment or amusement. Leave the mundane, humdrum and normal behind you!
Many will say that nothing they sell is useful, but you are very unlikely to leave without buying something!
Bits & Pieces
Cross the road and head towards the Lygon Arms archway where you will find Bits & Pieces. This little shop offers a whole range of cards and gifts, many for your pets including mats, beds, harnesses, etc. and others for your home.
Whilst there you can enjoy an ice cream, coffee, tea, beer or a glass of wine for yourself, you can also treat your dog to a specialist “doggy” ice cream.
This little shop nestles between the Noel Arms and Chipping Campden’s Library and stocks a range of products for all the family. For such a small shop, they have an unbelievable range of useful products for your home that are hand chosen for their long-lasting quality or eco credentials. They hope you find things you may not have seen elsewhere!
A wide selection of Little People Big Dreams books including Martin Luther King, Emmeline Pankhurst, Captain Tom Moor, Alan Turin, Charles Darwin and Billie Jean King, etc. will help to bring new lives into your children’s eyes.
Add to this a whole range of children’s games including Dinosaur and Farm Bingo, What Am I and the Tik Tok Challenge and they will be amused for hours.
So far as your home is concerned, you really need to visit this little shop to just find out what you are missing!
Go beyond the library and through the second archway where you will find Ambiance in Nos 8/10 Cambrook Court. They offer a wide range of affordable gifts for you and your home: St Eval candles, illumines fragrance diffusers, Polish pottery, doorstops by Dora designs, handbags, scarfs and jewellery by Azuni London, Dower and Hall, and Love the Links.
Boxed chocolates by award-winning chocolatiers Lick the Spoon, baby gifts, greetings cards and much more.
Shopping For You and Your Home
Chipping Campden is re-known for its Arts & Crafts movement which began in the late 1890’s when the Guild of Handicraft was brought to Chipping Campden by CR Ashbee the Architect. He brought and settled 100 or so craftsmen as builders, stonemasons, carpenters & cabinet makers, blacksmiths, silversmiths and printers, etc. and their families from the east end of London to a simpler and healthier life here in Chipping Campden. Many of them are set up in and around the Silk Mill on Sheep Street.
They can still be found working on the 2nd floor, in the original surroundings and probably using most of the original tools and drawings. They are known throughout the world for producing the finest silverware, especially in the ecclesiastical style, so if you want the very finest of chalice or drinking cups, then they are well worth a visit.
The Gallery at the Guild
Based on the ground floor you will find products of a small group of artists and craftsmen that started up in June 2005. First, recruit and still a member was renowned local artist, David W. Birch, who has since been joined by another 28 members who are proud of the quality of work and diversity of media that they offer: glass, ceramics, hand-painted silk and handmade textiles, up-cycled maps, painting, photography, sculpture and cabinet making, etc.
Campden Coffee & Crystal Company
After looking around these and before going to Robert Welch, why not take a break on the ground floor with the Campden Coffee Company, delicious home-baked cakes, scones, tea cakes and really good coffee? The owner & staff were so friendly & even welcomed our Newfoundland with doggy treats. Fully stocked Crystal shop with an extensive selection of ethically sourced top grade Healing Crystals
On your way to Robert Welch, why not have a look at Dray Books, a family-run traditional, second-hand bookseller which also sells rare, antiquarian books and modern first editions? Over 30 years of experience in the book trade. You never know what you might find!
Robert Welch Designs
They are the most obvious later outcome of The Guild of Handcraft with their shop and showroom on the corner of Sheep Street. Their distinguished cutlery and tableware are in many exotic locations and hotels and would make a magnificent feature on your table.
All Robert Welch products are supplied with at least a 25-year guarantee. You can add a touch of elegance to your dining table, classic contemporary in style, the Robert Welch collections be they cutlery, tableware, their Drift collection of polished stainless steel barware & tea sets, the hand was blown crystal and are widely recognised as some of the finest in the world.
As well as proving material to eat and drink from, Robert Welch Design produce special knives, utensils, cookware and accessories that will make it much easier for you to prepare and serve any special dish.
Their Timeless British designs for your home include candlesticks, tableware collections and bathroom fittings and accessories and provide personal jewellery for all occasions.
Campden Home Nursing Charity Shop
Across the other side of the road, you will find the Campden home Nursing Charity Shop. They are very proud of this bijou charity Shop which is a treasure trove of excellent quality pre-loved items, from men’s and ladies’ designer shoes, handbags and clothes, to books, bric-a-brac, and children’s toys, housewares and sometimes, small items of furniture. It’s a firm favourite in the town, with tourists picking up quirky souvenirs to take home. Many loyal customers return for the lovely items it’s become known for.
Customers are often astonished at the range and quality of the items…so if you love a bargain, pop in to see us, we’d love to see you.
Manned by a shop manager, supervisors, and a friendly and helpful team of dedicated volunteers, they are very lucky to receive such great quality donations and the shop makes a significant contribution to the charity’s income every month.
If you would like to donate anything to our shop, we would love to accept clean unwanted clothes, shoes, jewellery and household items. Please take items directly to the shop.
The charity provides support and comfort for those with cancer or serious illness diagnosis, and their families and carers, through treatment to remission, or through the progression of the illness.
Their free Hospice Care at Home Service is for patients who would like to stay at home and in familiar surroundings in the last weeks or days of their life.
They also offer free bereavement counselling for patients, their families and friends.
Over the last few years, the geographical area they cover has expanded and they now serve many more towns and villages across Gloucestershire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire. Presently, these include Pershore, Broadway, Evesham, Bredon, Moreton in Marsh, Bidford and Lower Quinton. Please see a map of the area in which we provide our services.
A few yards down the High Street, and past the first archway on your right you will find Art Cotswold in a charming 17th-century timbered and former bakery. This is an independent gallery exhibiting established and emerging artists from the Cotswolds.
Its ethos is to bring you the best of Cotswold artists from all corners of the county. With an ever-changing stable of artists and exciting exhibitions, visitors will be afforded a very warm welcome.
If you are on the hunt for gifts and home accessories, just down the street and next door to the Library, Dove Country Lifestyle, then you may well have come to the right place. They really hope that you will enjoy browsing their varied home, women’s (cloths, jewellery, bags & scarves, etc.), men’s & pets’ collections and whether you buy or not, you can be assured of a warm welcome, great service and a touch of Cotswold chic.
Go up the High Street to the island next to the Square Car Park and you will Cotswold Luxe, they offer a very wide range of luxury home decor accessories hand selected to complete your timeless home decor ideas.
There is a huge range of furniture that can be added to any room from bathroom to bedroom and much more that will let you transform any space into the room you’ve always dreamed of. You can really show it off to perfection with chandeliers, pendants, floor & table lamps and allow the use of all sorts of coverings and textiles, plus a cow, sheep (Icelandic and rare breed) & reindeer hide rugs and throws, plus you can adorn it with a magnificent selection of household accessories.
Your outdoor space, courtyard and garden can be equipped with tables, chairs, loungers, fire pits, planters and other features.
Cross the car park and the High Street, go past the Noel Arms archway and the red post box in the wall and will find the steps up into Elsey House and Sam Wilsons Chipping Campden shop (she has others in Bath and Stow on the Wold).
The sumptuous accessories, fabrics, lampshades and furniture, with her nature-inspired prints, are made from luxurious 100% natural cotton and linens, all crafted in the UK. Her luxury collection of home and kitchen accessories and gifts, made from rich English textiles and fine bone china with designs inspired by the glorious English countryside will add to the ambience of all of your rooms.
She offers a collection of her own beautiful Sam Wilson archival prints, signed by herself. Greetings cards, notecards and notebooks in designs inspired by her original linocuts. Perfect for any occasion!
Sundial House Interiors
Cross the road, go past The War Memorial on the corner by the Market Hall and you will find the former Lloyd Loom shop which now houses Sundial House Interior designers with over 40 years of experience in producing wonderful, comfortable and inviting interiors to the very highest standards.
You will find everything that you need to personise the decor and fitting of your house to your satisfaction.
Stuart House Antiques
On the side of the road and the Market Hall, you will find Stuart House Antiques which was by Jim Collett and established almost 30 years ago. They are well known for their early china, with an extensive collection of early Beswick, Doulton, Herand Blue and white, silver plate, cutlery, etc., you will be amazed!!
Cross the High Street again and to your right, you will find Campden Gallery Campden Gallery which the year features a programme of solo and group exhibitions by established British/ European painters and sculptors and allows young, emerging, talented artists an opportunity to show and sell their work.
Kendall House Antiques
Just a few steps on and you have Kendal House Antiques with their antiques for discerning collectors.
Clothing and Fashion
If it’s clothing you’re after, then Chipping Campden has all sorts to offer to the fashion-conscious shopper. Have a look through the variety of shops below.
Tina Lacovelli Boutique
From Robert Welch, cross the road and behind the red telephone box, you will find Tina Lacovelli Boutique. This houses a beautiful collection of stylish Italian womenswear, unusual gifts and inspiring ideas for the home. Being of Italian origin, she frequents holidays to visit relatives and opened up to the Italian joie de vivre and inimitable sense of style. She buys many of her clothes and accessories on these trips.
Whether you’re searching for a special gift, a little treasure for your home, or just fancy a cheeky new piece for your wardrobe, we’ll help you hit the spot with friendly advice and customer service.”
Back across the road to the Cutts archway to Cambrook Court at the front units 1&3 where you find The Dresser which is run by sisters Elaine and Tricia for 30 years. They pride themselves on sourcing the best British designers for female customers using natural and organic fabrics for their shop. They both like to give customers an Individual look and help build up their wardrobe with pieces that they will love and last for years.
The Attic in offers a huge selection of high-end designer pieces at a fraction of the original RRP alleviating the ‘fast fashion’ market and therefore upcycling fashion of a quality that lasts.
Founded by Jane & Annie, they determined to deliver style to shoppers worldwide on a sustainable basis. So why not visit their Little Bond Street in the Cotswolds that is full of ‘can’t resist bargains?’
Louise Pocock Millinery
You will find artisan hat maker Louise Pocock Millinery in Dragon House on the High Street just past the Market Hall and Frankie Doodle. She has developed her passion and creative flair for millinery following an extensive career in retail fashion, workwear design and her arts & crafts background.
As well as making bespoke hats to order, she also leads her own millinery school teaching people City & Guilds professional qualifications as well as more informal daily hat-making workshops and Hen Parties.
Every hat is hand blocked and hand stitched. Louise is known for her attention to detail along with her love for colour and contemporary twists on vintage styles for both men and women. No two of her creations are the same; that is the beauty of bespoke handmade millinery.
One Day Hat Making Workshop – have fun with felt or straw and block a beautiful hat to a high professional standard. Have fun blocking a beautiful hat with felt or straw to a high professional standard. This workshop is open to all levels from beginners to advanced. This is your opportunity to delve into her wonderful collection of old and new hat blocks to create a beautifully constructed hat of your own or as a gift to a loved one, You will:
- Decide on your own style by choosing from a range of styles such as 1920’s cloche, trilby, fedora, bowler or even a top hat, the choice is yours!
- Learn how to use millinery blocks to shape your hat
- Decide on the colour of your chosen style
- Be shown how to sew ribbons around the crown and the brim
- Decorate your hat by adding different colour ribbons, feathers or other accessories
Hen Parties – Hat making, fascinators, vintage-inspired feather headpieces, and Flower and Corsage Workshops can be designed around your own needs, requirements, location and time schedule.
Do get in touch to discuss your individual requirements.
If you are making a special trip, please contact her beforehand to arrange a suitable time as she may not be at the studio or maybe teaching.
Looking After You
Sometimes we just need to look after ourselves and have a bit of “me” time, and where better than Chipping Campden? Next time you’re feeling overwhelmed or run down, remember to take some time out for yourself – you deserve it and visit some of the places below to life your mood and wellbeing.
Ann Paul Hair Design
Located at 3, Sheep Street Chipping Campden, is a great place to enjoy yourself, relax and get a wonderful haircut.
Look after your body with Campden Beauty on the island opposite the Cutts archway. This ia a Dermalogica-appointed discreet salon where she offers one-to-one bespoke services in a welcoming environment. She has been a therapist for 28 years and is very passionate about what she does, carrying out all treatments with great care and attention to detail.
Organic Hair Angels
Adjacent in Rosary Court, Charlotte has over 20 years of experience in all things hair and 10+ years in organic haircare, styling and colouring. She is passionate about all things organic and her aim is to give you the hair you want that suits you and your lifestyle.
Their dedicated, highly trained and experienced team of stylists are at your disposal to cater to your every need, whether you prefer the retro or more modern look. They also offer a wide range of organic styling and hair care products.
Drop by and see for yourself. You won’t be disappointed!
Hidden Beauty Cotswold
Cross the road to Grafton House and you will find Hidden Beauty, a friendly, professional salon, providing a full range of beauty, remedial & holistic treatments. Owner Haley Kaye opened in 2017, combining her passion for holistic healing and aesthetics…treatments for the mind, body and spirit, to help you feel and look at your best!
Haley and her team take pride in operating a relaxing and friendly salon with a loyal customer base.
Today’s Dental Care
They can be found in Grafton Mews and carry out a wide range of professional services to meet your needs. Their aim is to provide dental services to help you smile and to the highest level of satisfaction.
From Grafton Mews, cross the road, go up the turn, and to the right, you will find Greys Opticians between there and The Square. Completely independent, they have the freedom to choose and stock any make or type of frame, spectacle lens or contact lens, giving their patients the benefit of the widest possible choice. This, together with good, unhurried service and sound professional advice is their philosophy.
Based in the Old Police Station, Flex Pilates offer duet and small group Matwork sessions that work on strengthening, stretching and realigning the body. Use small equipment to create versatile and enjoyable workouts that improve your posture, and muscle tone and teach you how to move your body more efficiently.
One-to-one tuition is ideal to address your specific needs, whether you have suffered from an injury, illness or other condition that requires specialist attention this can be hugely beneficial. Flex Pilates works with you to create a programme on the equipment including Reformer, Tower and the Stability Chair, regularly monitoring your progress in relation to your goals.
Chipping Campden Pharmacy
On up the High Street, past the Market Hall and at the junction with Church Street you will find a very helpful pharmacy/chemist.
From the pharmacy, continue up Leyseborne and Aston Roan, turn left into Backs End and the Campden Surgery is on your left about about300 yards.
Cotswold Leisure Centre
This is at The Campden Academy (school) in Cider Mill Lane. You will find everything you’d expect, including a state-of-the-art gym and a pool that plays host to a multitude of aquatic activities, including award-winning swimming lessons – you can also enjoy other activities.
These include tennis on outdoor courts, while you can also enjoy a game of tennis on the all-weather AstroTurf pitch, while the sports hall plays host to a variety of activities, including badminton, basketball, table tennis and five-a-side football.
North Cotswolds Hospital Minor Injuries Unit
They provide excellent service and are your obvious first point of call for any minor injury. It will take 10 – 15 minutes from Campden, go up Sheep Street, turn right into Westington and then left at the crossroad towards Moreton in Marsh and Oxford. Down through Bourton on the Hill and at the mini roundabout turn right towards Stow on the Wold. The hospital is on your right after about 500 yards and the Aldi entrance.
Charles Whiston Hairdressing
At Cheltenham House, this is not your average hair salon. They not only provide bespoke personalised services and treatments but stride to educate all their clients on how to continue their in-salon looks at home & and provide personalised haircare and retail advice.
Chipping Campden Estate Agents
If you enjoy real estate, then you may enjoy visiting these Chipping Camdpen Estate Agents.
Having worked for a number of estate agents both small and national since 1983, Andrew Greenwood first set up his own firm in 1994 and has combined the best of corporate estate agency with the best of the old-fashioned professional practice.
The office handles the sale of residential properties of all types from landed rural properties to High Street townhouses, and smaller cottages, both old and modern, together with the many family houses that make up the majority of the market in any area.
Peter Clarke & Co
A multi-discipline practice of Estate and Letting Agents and Chartered Surveyors offering a complete range of residential and commercial property services. Peter Clarke has steadily grown to become a market-leading firm.
The practice is founded on the principles of professionalism, best advice and a truly independent approach. The last thirty years has seen a huge change and Peter Clarke has moved with it.
Sheldon Bosley Knight
The Sheldon Bosley Knight Residential Sales team are here to offer you a professional service with fresh, personal and proven sales advice throughout the process. They aim to provide you with the best outcome, whilst ensuring the transaction runs as smoothly as possible. With an expert sales team across nine offices, they provide you with years of experience and local knowledge to help sell your old home or buy a new one.
Jackson-Stops’s tailored approach to the residential property puts its clients at the centre of all they do. From beginning to end, their knowledge, advice and exceptional service will steer your purchase or sale to successful completion.
Their property services include specialist expertise and advice on sales, acquisitions, country houses, farms and estates, equestrian properties, historic homes, land and new homes, lettings, valuations, development consultancy, professional services and mortgages.
Food and Drink
With so much shopping done you’ll need refreshment. Chipping Campden is full of restaurants you can enjoy. Here’s a collection for you to visit during your shopping travels.
Near Sheep Street corner and next door to The Red Lion Tavern, this On Stop Convenience Store may be rather small, but its shelves are packed with just about everything that you might want a daily basis. They are basically open from 07.00 to 22.00; provide Campden’s only cash-point and the staff are extremely friendly and helpful.
Ye Olde Sweet Shoppe
Alongside the Cutts archway
Fillet & Bone
Opposite The Square and in what for centuries was a butchers shop, Fillet & Bone is a dazzling urban farm shop and food emporium selling exceptional food and drink sourced from the Cotswolds’ finest artisan producers, along with beautiful culinary giftware.
They share their suppliers’ passion for quality and seasonality, supporting responsible, sustainable farming and fishing methods while keeping food miles to an absolute minimum. They have hand-picked the very best farmers, growers and producers from across the Cotswolds.
From rare-breed meat to the freshest seasonal vegetables, artisan cheeses to stone-baked bread, sublime charcuterie to hand-baked cakes, amazing oils and vinegar and perfect pies and pastries, the shelves are full of amazing deli goods.
On certain days there’ll be fish, too, straight from the Cornish day boat fleet – and on your plate in less than 24 hours after it was caught.
They take enormous pride and care in the preparation and delivery of their selection of premium hampers (Celebration, Champagne, Cheese & Wine, Cotswold Charcuterie, Mediterranean Deli and Vegan, etc. The continuing disruption of the supply chain and UK logistics industry has hindered their ability to provide a consistent and satisfactory service and as such, you will need to check their website.
Further up the High Street and opposite the War Memorial you have the Co-Op. This really good accessible convenience store with just about every daily essential that you might want and they are basically open from 07.00 to 22.00 and the staff are extremely friendly and helpful.
Continue up the High Street towards the Church and duck down through the door into Maylam’s Delicatessen for a whole selection of wonderful tastes.
Up the steps and more or less straight across the High Street to a former bakery and what is now Toke’s, an independent food & wine retailer whose history can be traced back a long way indeed!
They offer a friendly, off-beat antidote to the gentrified rural food hall, with prices to match. No fancy packaging, no crispy uniforms, just pure unadulterated taste, fun and funky music.
Their stock of wine is awesome and varies from everyday drinkers to that special fine and rare bottle, as well as fizz for every occasion. You can find out a lot more about them all from their regular events throughout the year too, where they meet with suppliers and vineyard owners, both local and from the other side of the globe.
The offered product is from the Cotswold Chocolate Company based in Stow on the Wold where Heidi and Tony have been making handmade artisan chocolates since 2011. Their chocolates are made with Fairtrade couverture and ethically sourced ingredients. They use local Cotswold cream with no artificial ingredients.
The Cotswold Distillery is the first full-scale distillery in the Cotswolds and has been producing outstanding natural spirits since 2014. Their full range of Cotswold gins, whiskeys and liqueurswill add to any evening.
They can provide all the food and drink you will need for your special event from canapes for a drinks party to catering for an organised community event, they supply the food, drinks and even staff on request.
They are happy to design a menu for you, deliver all the food to your venue and of course, supply the wine and offer free glass hire. To be sure that you do not miss anything, they can point you in the direction of a great cake maker, or you can be a bit different and have a cake made of cheese!
Little Oak Vineyard
Continue up the High Street, turn right into Cider Mill Lane and then left at the church after about a mile and with the railway bridge just in sight in the distance, you will find Little Oak Vineyard on your left.
You can have a really fun and informative tour of this small vineyard that produces and offers exceptional English wine. You may have got to have lunch too and maybe a cheeky brandy to boot. You are missing a treat if you don’t visit.
At Little Oak Vineyard they aim to produce wine of the highest possible quality (read that as the nicest possible to drink!), that is irrespective of how much hard work it takes. They will not compromise quality to save a little on the cost of production and feel the vineyard’s superb wine justifies such a ruthless attitude.
If they wanted to compromise then they would have chosen grape varieties that are easier to grow and cultivate in British climates. The main grape they grow (Siegerrebe) produces a unique and very special wine (the grapes are very different when grown in other climates), the wine produced by these grapes in Britain is simply superb.
The principal grape (Seyval Blanc) they use for their sparkling wine is more difficult to grow than the usual varieties used to produce sparkling wines. Whilst the sparkling wine it produces is outstanding, they have gone a step further and blended it with a small amount of their Siegerrebe grapes to produce a fantastic sparkling wine!
Other Shops and Services
Chipping Campden is home to a variety of shops and services that cater to the needs of its residents and visitors.
Cutts of Campden
You will find the Cutts of Campden (garage) entrance on Sheep Street opposite the Old Silk Mill, drive in for service, parts, bodywork and even a nearly new car.
Post Office and Peridot Computer Services
To the left of the garage, you will find Chipping Campden’s Post Office and Peridot Computer Services who provide very useful computer repair and maintenance services.
From the High Street, go through the Cutts archway and around Cambrook Court towards the Cutts garage
J H Gabb Solicitors
Just in case you need any legal advice in Chipping Campden, Gab Solicitors are across the road from Sheep Street corner in The Old Bakery.
Lisa Drinkwater Flowers
Another occupant of Grafton House, Lisa Drinkwater Flowers offers wedding flowers, funeral flowers, event flowers, workshops and everyday bouquets, flowers and plants. She will deliver free of charge within 5 miles of the shop.
The Bay Tree
Beyond the Market Hall and Frankie Doodle, you will find local florist The Bay Tree. They offer innovative design and the sort of personal service you may have thought has disappeared.
From a simple ‘thank you’ posy to an elegant wedding or thoughtful sympathy tribute, they share our love of flowers to reflect your feelings.
Likewise in the business world, if you need a Reception design for that all-important first impression, something different for the Dining Room or a Banquet centrepiece; they will work with you to produce memorable designs that reflect your corporate culture.
The Covent Garden Academy of Flowers
Up the High Street and past the Lygon Arms you will find The Covent Garden Academy of Flowers which was founded in 2010 by mother and daughter team Gillian and Fleur Wheeler, with an aim to bring joy through nature, and flowers and creativity in the heart of London’s traditional flower market.
Over 10 years they trained thousands of students at their renowned Central London design school before opening up in Chipping Campden.
They run a range of two, three and four-day courses, suitable for all flower enthusiasts and both beginners and those with some flower experience. The short intensive courses provide the perfect introduction to floristry and flower design. All students receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of all our short courses or 2 days or more.
Station Road Garage
Garage Services in Station Road, go past the church, down the hill to turn left towards Ebrington, go pat the bowls and cricket clubs to find Station road Garage on your right. Ben Fisher prides himself in our honest, friendly and professional approach to motor vehicle care with an aim of retaining customers for life.
He provides a range of dealership-level services including MOTs, servicing, diagnostics, ECU remapping and car key replacement.
Leave your car with him for a day and he has a fleet of very reliable loan cars available for free.
Chipping Campden Shopping Summary
Hopefully, this Chipping Campden shopping article has given you plenty of information and inspiration to come to Chipping Campden and shop till you drop! If you need anything further regarding your stay, then please don’t hesitate to contact us and we will gladly assist you as best we can.