Household-owned Yorkshire village cafe and store pronounces closure on account of ‘rising prices’


The Stamp Home in Eastrington, close to Goole, will shut on September 28.

Its administrators, Jonathan Haselgrove and Claire Wallace, have run the enterprise since 2020 and the cafe had develop into a well-liked cease for cyclists.

It was recognized for its afternoon teas and home-baked items in addition to stocking a variety of necessities plus items, flowers and different merchandise from native suppliers and artisans.

Eastrington, close to Howden and Goole, will now be left with no store

From 2021 it took over Submit Workplace providers for the village following the retirement of the final postmaster in 2017.

An announcement posted on the espresso store’s Fb web page learn: “It’s with nice disappointment to tell everybody of the closing of The Stamp Home Retailer & Cafe on 28.09.22.

“Rising prices and being the hidden gem that was too tucked away has introduced us to closure.

“We want to thank everybody from our hearts who’ve supported us. From folks afar, our regulars and most of all of the individuals who supported us from the beginning.

“All our love Claire, Daisy, Carole, Emma, Eden, Liv and Amber.”

The Stamp Home constructing itself has a captivating historical past. Within the Nineteen Fifties and 60s, stamp collector Dennis Hanson created a ‘cottage trade’ from a wood hut within the backyard of the home on Vicar Lane. He employed 20 folks to ship stamps to fellow fans throughout the nation from the Submit Workplace which closed solely two years after his dying in 2015. His mother and father had run the shop when he was a toddler.



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