Walthambury Stores - Great Waltham

Walthambury Stores is a family owned, and run rural village convenience store in the heart of Great Waltham, Essex. It has been owned by the Newton family for nearly 10 years.

Shop Opening Hours

Monday – Saturday 7am – 8pm
Sunday – 8am – 1pm

Post Office Opening Hours

Monday – Friday – 9am – 5:30pm
Saturday – 9am – 12:30pm

The Shop

Newspapers & Magazines
Local Sandwiches
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
Freshly Baked Bread and Pastries
Local Sausages, Ham and Bacon
Local Eggs
Variety of Cheese, Olives and Fish
Fresh Croissants on Weekends
Dry Cleaning
Electricity Top-up
Pet Food
Frozen Food
Car Park

The Post Office

Domestic and International Postage
Full Bureau De Change
Euros always in stock and other currency to order
Car Tax
Electricity Top Up
Pay Bills
Withdraw Money
Fishing Licenses

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