All Change at The Granary in Grayshott

Regular customers of The Granary in Grayshott have always appreciated the fabulous range of fresh baked bread and friendly customer service which keeps them coming back for more.

Long time employees at The Granary, Pat and Jean, have recently taken a well earned retirement after many years loyal service.

Pat Butcher

Pat Butcher

Pat Butcher, who celebrated her 70th birthday early this year, has worked for the Granary for 16 years – first in Liss, where she lives, then in Liphook and for the last six years in Grayshott on Mondays and Tuesdays.  She has worked in all their shops part time and started working there because ‘she loves to meet people’

Jean Jordan has worked part time at the Granary in Grayshott for the last ten years and worked in the shop on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Her granddaughter Meredith Jordan, who is a student, has also worked at the Granary part time for the last three years on Saturdays and is also leaving to go to University.

Meredith and her Grandma Jean Jordan

Meredith and her Grandma Jean Jordan

The Granary in Crossways Road opens 8am to 2.30pm, Monday to Saturday. It now stocks some delicatessen items – Olives, French Salami, speciality crisps, Asparagus (when in season) etc – and Click and Collect orders for cheese and special requests are taken and can be delivered the next day to the Grayshott Granary.

Orders should be made at Bread of Heaven in Haslemere – Stephane Jacob

T: 01428 653226 /

Stephane always used to come to the Grayshott Market with his famous Cheese stall and had regular clients.

Bread of Heaven in Haslemere who supply The Granary also used to have a stall at the market which always sold out.

There are already new staff in place and a shop refit is planned for August. Stephane is the person to speak to about the changes and future plans of the Grayshott Granary.

Many thanks to Gabrielle Pike for the information and photos

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