Slaley Community Shop

Residents of Slaley and the surrounding area have long been proud of their village shop and when the opportunity came along to purchase it in 2017 the community stepped in and bought it.

Slaley Community Shop is now run purely by volunteers.  It stocks a wide range of essential products and boasts:

  • a  tempting selection of locally sourced items including:
  • cheeses from Slack House Organic Farm
  • meat products from Robson and Sons, together with pies, fish and pates from Ridley’s Fish and Game
  • dairy products from Marley Cote Walls Farm 
  • honey from the Honey Store
  • an eclectic and very fine wine selection together with locally brewed beers
  • a small but carefully-chosen range of gifts and cards
  • a small recycling facility
  • a warm friendly welcome and an insight into village life


The shop also acts as a small newsagents stocking both national newspapers and a range of magazines.
A great little self-service café is also available on site and drinks can be enjoyed both inside, or outside in our small garden.
If you need shopping in the village, just passing through, or staying locally and need some supplies, why not drop in and see what we have to offer!
For further information about the shop and opening times visit our website at


Sandra Innes 01434 673 201

Hexhamshire Brewery

Having a party? Need a 36 pint, 72 pint or 144 pint cask of local beer?

Choose from these local beers:

Devil's Elbow, Whapweasel, Shire Bitter, Old Humbug, Devil's Water or Blackhall English Stout.

Contact Dipton Mill Inn:

Phone: 01434 606577


For that special taste of Slaley sample my home baking and preserves.  
For full list of products contact Louise English by telephone 01434 673805 or email:

From Moo to You

The Baynes family at Marley Cote Walls process the milk from their pedigree herd of Shorthorn and Ayrshire Dairy Cows and market it under the Northumbrian Pedigree brand.

Their milk and cream is sold at Slaley Village Shop as well as many other outlets in the area. Whole, semi-skimmed and skimmed milk are available as well as double, whipping and single cream.

Further information is available from:


Hollybush Nursery & Coffee Shop

A cosy log cabin houses the coffee shop, serving home-made soups, bacon sandwiches, hot or cold pies, cakes, coffee and tea.

The nursery stocks a large of range of shrubs, roses, trees, perennials and annuals. Hanging baskets, planters and containers also available.

Phone: 01434 673621

Free Range Eggs

Phone: 01434 673269

The Travellers Rest

The Travellers Rest offers a warm welcome and high standard of hospitality to all. Fine food and drink can be enjoyed in the bar or restaurant, and we are open all day. A selection of hand-pulled ales and local beer can be enjoyed in the bar or the large garden with children's play area.

Contact to book.

Phone: 01434 673231 Website

The Rose & Crown

The Rose & Crown, the pub/restaurant owned by the community it serves. It is the first community owned pub in North East England, and is in a Grade 2 listed building which dates back to 1675. It has been providing services to locals and visitors ever since. There's log fires and a warm welcome in winter and a sheltered garden with long views for the summer. We offer a wide menu selection as well as a great choice of beers, wines and spirits. Whether you are exploring Hadrian's Wall Country or simply looking for a nice place to eat then the Rose & Crown is the place to visit.

Contact to book.

Visit our website at

For accommodation, online booking is available.


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