Our delivery service will be ending on the 5th September. We thank you all for the support you have given us over the last few months, but as the world has settled down somewhat the service is no longer viable. Rest assured we stand ready to spring back into action should the situation change… In the meantime our click and collect service continues to run Weds to Sat if you still prefer to not enter the shop.
We are now offering delivery to the most vulnerable in the following Postcodes – GL53 0.. GL51 3.. GL51 4.. (essentially Leckhampton, Shurdington, Badgeworth) and GL3 4.. (Brockworth)
WE are now extending our area to include:
Churchdown (south of A 40)
Hucclecote (GL3 3..)
Parts of Leckhampton not already included in GL53 0..
We will now be delivering Fridays and Saturdays – and into Sundays if necessary. Cut off for orders for each week will be Wednesday 5pm. We cannot specify a day at time of ordering, but we will email on Thursday with an am or pm slot for a specified day.
However please help us help those who need it most, by using our click and collect system if you are able.
Deliveries are free for orders over £35, but I hope you understand the need for us to charge £3 for smaller orders. Please note this is NOT all of GL51 etc – the second number is important too! If you are outside these areas, please send as a message using the contact form on the website with your postcode, so we can assess demand and how we can help best. Deliveries will need to be grouped to be efficient, so there may need to be changes to times – no promises at this stage!
You can place your order for essentials, and our fruit and veg boxes online (click here for our shop) and select the delivery option as appropriate. Or if you would rather use our online order form for a more bespoke offering, that is fine – flag it for deliver, but as picking is more involved it takes us longer to prepare.
If you are really struggling with placing an order please call us on 07894422963 and we will help you out or send us an email to: email@example.com
Paul and the team at Primrose Vale